You can see how hard the cats have it here ~
The only hexis really worth photographing were these super paper ones, made by Lynda Monk on the Art Van Go stand.
See how Lynda makes these fabulous shapes here
The Quilters Guild had set up tables for anyone who felt inclined, to make up hexis - I didn't lol since I have enough of my own on the go at home!
I thought these fabric, tactile dominoes were great - made by
Sunken Treasures of Sunk Island, here near Hull.
I bought a pattern and some taupe fine needlecord to make one up for Evie - somewhen before she outgrows the pattern sizing!
and some wool for crocheting
and a big ball of end of line, mill fabric, to use in rag rugging.
I insisted on going on the coach trip because I'd booked on to a hour long, mini workshop with Tania Sneesby and that I did enjoy.
This is the pack we all got, although every pack had different fabric selections in, which was rather nice, so every ones was that little bit different.
This is what Tania made up as the sample guide - and her little Red Riding Hood is strung from tree to tree, so you can move her along from right to left.
This is as far as I have got for now. As usual, I opted for making it a little different and I will stitch my little Red in place, rather than have her as a moveable feature I think.
There were 2 little girls on the workshop, with their Nan and here's what they did - I thought they did really well!
Oh BLOGGER!! It wont allow the correct picture to load in - argghh.
I guess that means its time for a G&T !