What a month, in addition to my normal classes I had to prepare for two ArtSpace G41 Christmas Fayres which meant I was crocheting like mad. I’ve put pictures of some of the items I’ve made this month at the bottom of this post.
It feels you have enough stock until you have to squeeze it all onto a stall and then you have to try to stop it looking like a jumble sale!
The Fayres went well and I was happy with the sales I made.
I now have a decent level of stock which only requires supplementing with few more button cowls. I feel I’m finally at the stage where I’m not under pressure to produce things quickly but instead can work on what I want to make.
November is Christmas Card month at the Residential Care Homes, I introduced some scratch art cards this month which were received very well.
Also did the last Beginners’ Crochet Class at the Wool Haven for 2019 with another lovely bunch of ladies. Classes start back there in January either on the 4th or 11th. Must make sure we do an intermediate class in 2020 as we never got chance to squeeze one in this year.
Next up December, just the Residential Home classes and I suppose I better start thinking about Christmas…