Welcome to craft club.
A new club started on a Tuesday afternoon on a fortnightly basis at 1.30pm.
It is based in church and people can bring their own crafts, or work on work for the day. Joined with a cup of tea or coffee and a chat for all to enjoy.
This was started just before the lockdown, so one of the team Margery, has come up with a craft to do at home.
The templates have been uploaded to this page and if you would like a hard copy then please contact the parish office and they will happily send it to you.
Remembrance Day Poppy
For all those who wish to create their own poppy for Remembrance Day:
The next craft project:
Why not trying making a twiddlemitt. These are knitted or crochet’s mitts that help people with dementia. The include fabrics, and buttons inside and out for people to use.
If you would like some instructions of where to start give the church office a ring and they will print them off for you.
Thank you to all of those who have been knitting these during lockdown.
Let us spread the good news that Jesus loves everyone by decorating the number 50 with zentangle patterns.
Pentecost was 50 days after the Passover. The apostles were celebrating the Jewish harvest festival when the Holy Spirit descended on them like a strong wind
They found they could speak in foreign languages and thus they realised they could spread the good news to everyone that God loves us all.
This 50 will remind us that we too must spread the good news of the love of Jesus by actions and words.
The 50 you decorate will be cut out, along with everyone else’s, will be used to decorate the notice board. Hopefully, passers by will stop and look and read and realise that they are loved.
There are samples of patterns for you to try or you may use your own.
Please hand the finished items in by the 29 th May so we can decorate the boards by the 31st May. This is not just for the craft group. Do have a go,as the more who respond, the bigger the message on the notice board.
Time for tea….