The residential homes’ Art & Craft classes at this month is collage work.
Some of my classes at the residential homes take a bit more preparation than others, especially if I am trying out a new material.
One of the residents had said in a previous class that she had always wanted to work with clay. Now I’ve done some things with the standard air drying clay but it can be quite messy and I only have an hour session for each class.
A friend has been telling me for weeks about how much she’s been enjoying the recent craft classes at the Milk Cafe in Glasgow. It’s a not just a fabulously friendly little cafe with tasty home-cooked food, it’s also a great social enterprise providing a venue for a variety of projects.
They’ve been running craft taster sessions, which obviously is my sort of thing, and this week I was finally able to attend.
I’ve recently started work at a set of local care homes doing arts & crafts sessions for the residents (more crafts than art to be honest)
Been a while since I posted anything; the summer holidays have been busy including rewriting the crochet class handout for the Wool Haven. New & improved and now with photos – taken patiently & expertly by ScribbleWolf so they are of a much better quality then my efforts. The first block of classes using it finished last Saturday and I have to admit I am much happier with this new version.