Pompoms & Reindeers…

Pompom noses for Reindeer – cute right!?

We will be making these to sell at the December 6th Feast as a fundraiser for the Stitch community group.

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They will come flat-packed and kids should have some fun putting them together and you can keep the pom pom all year round!

You can paint them, pour glitter on them – decorate to your hearts content!

Some pics of pompom making we did last Saturday – we will be making more, we did run out of red so there are some glittery pink and orange noses 😉

 

Pompom Fail!

I swear this looked like a lovely little multi coloured pompom and it was being fluffed up and suddenly it collapsed – we have no idea why… oh dear… here it is in all it’s err… glory next to some more successful pompoms.

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WIP…

A doggy blanket in aid of the fire at Battersea Dogs home is still being worked on by a Stitchee – love the paw shape!

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Here’s the pattern for the dog blanket – they prefer knitted but still accept crochet – crochet stitches apparently catch in animals claws… dog blanket pattern which was made by WhoDunnKnit

They have a PDF pattern for cat toy mice! 

 

ps: don’t forget about L’Arche & Rock Paper Scissors Christmas Fayre this Sunday (22nd Nov) on Idmiston Road – lovely gardens with mince pies, mulled wine, hot dogs, face painting, xmas decoration workshop, live music and lots of handmade goodies which make great gifts.

we will remind you of the L’Arche Candle Making workshop nearer the time – it’s on the 12th December so add it to your calendar – it was very popular last time!

 

***NO STITCH THIS SATURDAY***

SW Art Trail is on and both L’Arche members & staff are showing their Art – alongside Rock Paper Scissors Members too so you can still pop along 🙂

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Fascinating Fascinators!

ok – I apologise for the heading but it’s hard coming up with titles 🙂

Tara made a sea themed fascinator – and another Stitchee made a fab piece and we found it hard to believe that she has never done this before! Amazing

Some of the other Stitchee’s mended and enhanced old clothing – one said that her wardrobe has increased somewhat since joining the group 😀

One was making a skirt that she loved but was far too short and decided to extend the length with lovely rich colour banding.

Come to see our Bzz Garage Banner at The Feast Tomorrow!

We finished the Bzz Garage Banner!

I was sceptical but the ‘Stitchees’ did it and still managed to have a chat, laugh and eat chocolate 🙂

Lots more pictures to come and we will be at the Feast to see the banner in it’s new home – some come join in some Easter Fun 🙂

Bzz Garage Banner being assembled by The Stitch members

Bzz Garage Banner being assembled by The Stitch members

The little wingless Bee is looking forward to meeting more Bees.

click image to visit Bzz Garage Facebook page

West Norwood Feast Facebook Group Link

West Norwood Feast Facebook Group Link


UPDATE:

A couple of photos from The Feast and the Bzz Garage Banner hanging in the community stall which is just inside the gates on the right hand side.

St Luke's Church on Feast Day

St Luke’s Church on Feast Day – the first of the year

The Bzz Garage Banner hanging at the Stall at The Feast

The Bzz Garage Banner hanging at the Stall at The Feast

Bzzzzzzzz and Flowers

Bzz Garage Banner – The Bee’ginning

(sorry)

The little wingless Bee is looking forward to meeting more Bees.

Today’s meet up was about planning the Bzz Garage Banner and teaching newbies how to crochet flowers – some of us had to relearn as it had been awhile!

We were using instructions from Attic24 – Lucy writes really clear tutorials. Everyone also enjoyed this book of projects from beginner to advanced, featuring flowers of different kinds.

Decorative Brooches

Decorative brooches

Fabulous Flower Brooches at todays session

Other crafty pieces being worked on which included cross stitch, knitting, dry needle felting and sewing.

We were inspired by Gone To Earth where she gives a tutorial on how to make these – you can find that here www.gonetoearth.typepad.com