Thanks to the wonders of modern technology and Margaret Beech's ingenuity, many members were able to take part in a 'virtual' workshop via Zoom to make these lovely 'Nested pinwheels (with little bit of Paper Magic!)'.
Janet Barnett then went on to add her own twist to Margaret's work using the leftover pieces to create a lovely matching 'curly box', perfect, she says, for a Ferrero Rocher!
Janet has also demonstrated her talent for limericks during the lockdown!
And finally, Alison Topham has put her wonderful bookbinding creations on sale via her Etsy store: visit https://www.etsy.com/uk/shop/BorderCityBindery?fbclid=IwAR3ysaq33a4SrJUOTB1UJKwXN6xmStmIxplszA5jT8HvL44zJZCaI9sHlno
to see the gorgeous one-of-a kind handmade books which she has for sale.
If anyone else would like to share their lockdown creations, please just email a clear photo to Jo!
Stay safe, everyone, and have a creative summer!