Gosh, these school holidays really come around quickly don't they? All of a sudden I was having to plan for my half-term Kid's Club & Young Folks sessions.
It was only a week this time, so couldn't squeeze a lot in due to other commitments, but I did manage to put on these workshops.
Plate Weaving. This is a lot of fun actually. Once the plate is threaded up, the young peeps then choose their own yarns and weave them in and out of the threads. They end up with unique wall hanging which looks quite spectacular.
Just look how happy this wee chap is with his creation.
And these ladies too - they were with Grandma and she wasn't sure about giving permission to put their faces out on social media, which of course is absolutely fine, so we took this arty shot instead as they really wanted to show their work off.
A "Young Folk" workshop followed, these are a little more structured as the attention span of the young people are higher at this age.
They made bunting with Air-Dry clay, which they textured, patterned then glazed before taking them home to leave to dry out for a few days.
Can you see what this says? I keep seeing "chocolate"!!
The last session was to make a cress pot, then sew some cress seeds to grow at home.
We wrapped the cups in yarn, round and round to cover each bit. Then put some beads in the weight, followed by damp kitchen roll & cotton wool. Finally we sewed the seeds.
My cress is growing really nicely on my window sill, must be ready for harvest soon. Better boil some eggs :)
If you are interested in Kid's Club and Young Folks sessions, keep an eye on my Facebook events where I pop them up.