This past Sunday, Cherie and I went to a Quilt and Craft sale at one of our nearby churches. I was particularly excited because I normally work on Sundays, but my new job allows me to be able to take a couple Sundays off a month (huzzah!). We decided to go in the morning in hopes that the goods wouldn't be too picked over.
When we got there, we realized that our expectations were a smidgen too high lol. We were hoping to see more knit and crochet items amongst the quilted items, but nope. There was one lady that had a few crochet hats and... nah... So we wandered around between the tables displaying some really really pretty quilts, but of course they were WAY out of our budgets. Which was completely understandable, by the way.
After a few minutes, one of the volunteers told us about the make-and-take craft room they had set up. For $5 you could make either a set of napkin rings with felt flowers on or an angel made from a men's neck tie. I chose to make the tie angel and it was surprisingly a lot of fun. Mostly because I really got in to the details of the face, hair, decorations, and whatnot. I was enjoying the craft so much that the facilitator took pictures of me throughout. Cherie resisted the urge to make one, but she definitely lended a hand with mine. I'll share the instructions below if you are interested. It will make a really cute children's Christmas craft.
All in all, the Quilt and Craft sale was nice. I almost want to figure out who I need to talk to about possibly participating in the sale next year. I could surely give that crochet hat lady a run for it lol.
Anywho, I wanted to share something that made me smile. What's something nice you did this past weekend?