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It’s going to be a busy year for conventions! Just back from the Dutch Convention in Mennorode. As usual it was a LOT of fun. Thanks have to go to Paula and Gerard for putting me up for a night and driving me to the Convention.
When I dig it out, I’ll put a photo of my display here:-
Meanwhile, here are some photos from the exhibition table and more generally of the convention.
Cairneyhill – February 1st 2004
We decided that today would be hats day. So we dug out Joan Sallas’ book and each made a hat. This took some doing as we all had to cut different sizes of paper and were all trying to get ours folded at the same time from one book.
With the Rally out of the way, we decided to settle down into some folding for ourselves. From the attention that the Dragon received at the Rally, the first order of the day was for Kenny to give us a ‘Golden Venture’ Workshop.
That’s pronounced ‘skoon’ in case you’re wondering. It’s a small town just outside Perth that’s full of people who get miffed when you mention the Stone of Destiny.
A new arrival! Alexander Scott joined us today and he brought along his dad, David.
We started (a little tediously for new arrivals) with a discussion of what we were going to do about the upcoming events. It transpires that none of us are available to help out with Laurieston Castle’s Matsuri this year, and I’ll have to tell them this.
Meeting at Susan and Matthew’s house.
We started with me teaching a vase by Philip Shen. I learned it at Nottingham and liked it so much (especially the sunken base) that I had to share it.