With a stop for coffee at Pt Wakefield we made it to Robyn's shop before closing for a quick look around and some shopping. Off to Woolies for some food and then headed for the Cabin Park to find our accommodation. To be honest we weren't expecting the accommodation to be great even though we had booked a 3 bedroom cabin, sometimes they are a bit cramped and you are sitting in each others pockets. However the accommodation far exceeded our expectations and had a big lounge/kitchen area a huge bathroom with spa and 3 excellent sized bedrooms, dishwasher / laundry facilities, we were 3 happy campers.
The morning started at 10 so we had plenty of time to get ready, some of us needed more time than others and we headed off a little early.
The rooms Robyn has available for lessons are fantastic and have wonderful bright light for those of us who are at a certain age (which is the 3 of us) who are starting to have trouble seeing to sew.
I apologise for the terrible pictures I obviously wasn't up to this on the first day.
I decided to work on Rosalie's bag, as I don't know any babies at the moment but I might modify the girl one to do one for Squid. Granny Loz get's the award for being the most industrious she finished a boy one ready for day 2.
We had a lovely tea with a few of the girls and then headed back to the Cabin for some sewing, wines and TV.
Day 2 bought another 2 projects how lucky are we.
Here is my progress.
Love these Little Ninga's going to have to get this pattern it slipped my mind on the weekend.
We headed back to Adelaide in the pouring rain which was a bit scarey at times, because visibility wasn't too good, glad Helen was driving and not me. Must say I was very tired last night, went to bed early and slept in. In hindsight should have had today off. But oh well its done now and I have a day to potter tomorrow.