The painting above was a challenge from a fellow Kiwoko supporter. Trevor ensured me I could do a still life for his golf raffle at the end of May and so I thought I would give it a go. It took me a while playing with one of Jonathan's clubs,tee and ball in the back yard until I got the composition I wanted. I have no idea how long it took to complete as it sat on the easel on the kitchen table for weeks as I added a little every few days when it had dried adequately in between. The album sign of craft or painting ceased as I decided to revamp my guest room to make more space for craft. The double bed went off to a charity who help the homeless whom you can find in Facebook called "Fed and Warm" along with quilt pillows and bed clothes. Whilst I wait for my new day bed I have emulsions all walks with Dulux cotton white. I thought I would make new curtains but by the time I laundered the present ones I felt they may do another 25yrs!.
We were delighte to be invited to the crafting event. At the Titanic exhibition centre and met so many. Lovely ladies who are already working away on hexagons and some more day to start.