The new Craft Club set up by Lisa Fisher in September got off to a flying start with lots of locals turning up to work on a range of crafts, including making poppies for Armistice Commemorations. Lisa’s just moved into the village and said “It was fab to see so many turn up to our first get together. Lots of chatter and laughs and a lovely way to get to know everyone.”
Fourteen people turned up for the October get together, showing what a popular idea this is. So if you like to knit, crotchet, stitch, make cards and jewellery, decorate cakes and other such crafty things, whilst having a good chinwag, come along and bring whatever project you’re currently working on. Don’t worry if you’re new to crafting or don’t have anything to bring – there’s a community project you can help with! A warm welcome awaits, even if you only fancy a cuppa, cake and chat. The next club is on Saturday November 10th from 10am to 12.30pm.
Lisa makes beautiful handmade gifts and has run workshops and clubs before, so we’re lucky to have her – check out her CraftyLane Facebook page or come along to her stall at the Littlehempston Craft Fair on November 3rd, where the Craft Club will also be displaying their wares.