Lachlan Craft Circle are still living the gypsy life whilst renovations continue on the Lachlan Hall. Special thanks go to Lachlan Fire Brigade for offering the use of their meeting room to our girls today. The room was cozy, filled with chatter and laughter and a great atmosphere of “togetherness”. Heaps of handiwork in progress and on display – innovation and motivation!
Thanks to Dallas for making the meeting room and facilities spick and span for our use today.
Today our craft girls gathered at Lachlan Valley Food and Wine as the Lachlan Hall is still a “building site” with interior works. With the luxury of a glowing wood fire and the best coffee in town on hand, the day was not difficult to enjoy. Judging by the level and volume of conversation, it is obvious that all had a rollicking good time. The venue and distractions didn’t distract from the work in hand and at the end of the day there were a lot of beautiful projects to display.
Missed you today Sybil!
Can’t thank you enough Rhondda for your hospitality and generosity!
Autumn in the Lachlan Valley can be the most perfect time of year, and so it was today. Lachlan Craft Circle enjoyed a relaxing and perfect day of craft in the park. This beautiful opportunity to work in the natural environment brought out the spinners, knitters, card makers and crocheters along with “swap books” and yet more chocolate Easter eggs for everyone’s enjoyment! With no lack of conversation the hours slipped by as the sun turned the deciduous trees to glowing shades of yellow and russet. As always, that touch of quirkiness of the Lachlan was evident with the emus gazing at our group from behind the fence across the road! Love this place!
Today the gathering in Lachlan Hall was a small one with many members absent for varying reasons. Surprisingly, the noise level remained pretty much the same as usual! Does this mean that all the quiet members were absent or did those of us present feel we needed to talk louder to cover the extra distance between the chairs?
Many happy returns of the day to Lorraine and a very Happy Easter to all before we meet again.
New friends and old friends (returned) were welcomed at the Lachlan Hall today. Even though there was, as usual, much to discuss and laugh over, the multi-tasking skills of women came to the fore as handwork continued in harmony with the flow of conversation. Thanks for yet another lovely day girls!
A magic Derwent Valley day presented our members with a perfect opportunity to craft in Gleeson Park today. The atmosphere was relaxed and easy, despite the push-button barbeque plate which kept us on our toes as it mystically turned itself on intermittently! Of course, that had nothing to do with the fact that Cathie was sitting close by.