Lots of math in play going on, plus some nails and wood. We also played outdoors, not pictured because I am lazy.
We missed many of you this week – lots of illness going around – but we rallied by squeezing dough, playing outside, tug-of-war, charades and then tying up everyone in turn. Next week, maybe you?
Some of the strangest performances I’ve witnessed were given this day. And I have zero images of the pioneer place because we were tech free! Popcorn strings and yarn dolls were made by candlelight, and some were upset when the lights went ON. Others – those of us over 12 and crafting in the dark …
December 4 – We arrived to a newly decorated IHCC, complete with Santa chair and mask! Our knitwear creations were slowed by the appearance of a mouse, quickly trapped (he wasn’t shy), admired by all and set free by the “river.” Thanks to Angela Winger for contributing pictures this week.
November 20 – Box play went on and on…. so much and so loudly. We forgot to capture the rest. Pictures courtesy of Annie Catura and Christine Emming.
November 13 – Collection displays and discussions, felting + tea-ing together. Not pictured: leather burning/stamping, all the snow play (because I did not go outside), games, baking (cookies were quickly gone) + balm making.
No pictures of the sushi, sadly. But our photographer, Annie, returned in time to capture plenty of window star action. Additional photographs by Dace Carlin.
Our beautiful Rainbow Table, and all the eating, captured by Annie Catura.
Weaving week, September 11 – Lots of knitting, wire jewelry making, weaving on cardboard looms, pom-pom making, and our outdoor group weaving project with nature objects, which we left up this week. Plus the requisite archery and slingshots with new targets.
Fun with potions on September 4, captured by Dace and Annie. If you have images to share, send them to firstname.lastname@example.org or 303-949-7517.