OzFeathers Workshop, Swindon 2015
Linda Sanders is The Purple Lady
Coo-eee! Look Out Linda's about - and cousin Soo - and some whiskery nutcase
Prior to the workshop, Arthur and the WHKF crew took Linda on a
The main atrium at St Joseph's college was an ideal venue - plenty of room, plenty of light, loads of
tables & chairs, and a constant supply of tea & coffee thanks to the White Horse Catering Crew
Mike & Sheila Stevens finished theirs at home - great work guys - to see finished article
So let's have a look at who did what... Keith first!
Good thing Alan was there to supervise - to see finished article
Right - who's next? There's a bloke from Bristle wandered in - hello David Johnson
Lovely - and very much inspired by thoughts of "Family" - to see finished article
Thanks to Stuart Lafferty for this telling portrait of Hawaii Dave-o
He also reminded Dicky (who had forgotten) that he had asked for a pair of Git Goggles...
(photo to follow - hopefully)
While Dicky was busy on them, the Longbottoms wandered in and Karl had a good look at his work...
and the consequence was... a long & convoluted trail ending in Capetown!
Next up - it's Mighty Don Baggett - to see finished article
Several people commented that perhaps the cartoon should show his eyes closed...
Next please - it's Malcolm (hot stuff) Bradly - to see finished article
and then it's Philippa... she wears "proper" gloves for the job!
Andrew & Sandra Scott worked as a team on this one - to see finished article
Stuart Lafferty was very busy - look at all those pieces!
Andrew Beattie had a new industrial sewing machine complete with table!
Would you believe he made 6 - yes SIX of these over the weekend with help
from his glamorous "lady welder" - to see one of them finished!
Saturday evening we enticed Linda back to our hotel for a few "Git Cocktails"
- then we staggered off to the nearby Chinese Restaurant for the customary feast
Sunday morning - It must be time for FEB at Dockle Farmhouse!
Please note full-on FEB nearest Keith, and "Lady's Breakfast" for others!
Then back to St Joseph's to finish what we had begun... What's Dicky up to?
It's good to feel wanted - cousin Soo actually paid him for 2 of these! Looky!
and then just to prove she's as jammy as a poptart - she won another bottle in the raffle!!!
Then there was the very well supported bag raffle...
Richard and Alison Stephens chose a very complex design!
Alan Holden looks very pleased with his Oriental Lady
Then there was time for a certain amount of posing...
N.B. Most of the above photos kindly taken by Linda Sanders of
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