Tuesday, November 26, 2013

Saturday 23rd November

First in on Saturday to do some tapestry weaving was Djani Brown-McNeill.
Djani, who is from Auckland said he was named after Django Reinhadt regarded as one
 of the greatest guitar players of all time and the first important European jazz musician
Djani , who will be 14 on the 17th of December, said he really enjoyed having the
 opportunity to do some work on our community tapestry project. Glad you liked it, Djani!
Tapestry Master and Host, Beverley Compter (in red) showing a Mum and her daughter how to weave.
 Eila-Rose, (10 years old) and her Mum are from Mt. Tiger Whangarei.
They are enjoying having "Grandma Lorraine" visit them.
 Three Generations - Grandma: Lorraine, Mum: Lee and Daughter/Grand-daughter: Eila-Rose.
"Grandma" is from Motueka but only here for the week.   
Looks like they were having a lot of fun together!
 Heather Nichols  (at back) 10 years old and her sister, Lucy, who is 8 is learning to knit.
Their mum, Jane from Maunu said that Heather is an avid knitter and Lucy is learning to knit.
This was their first time doing some weaving. 
 Bridgette (left) from Maungaturoto was 12 on Monday, the 25th.
She was having a Special-Day-Out with her Nana Chris, who lives in Poroti.
 Happy (Belated) Birthday Bridgette.... I hope you had a wonderful day!!
 Sonia Ward, from Athenree (KatiKati) and Julie Hallums (below) are best friends. 
They are are holiday with their husbands who are good mates, too
Julie Hallums, from Karangahake Gorge which lies between the Coromandel and Kaimai ranges, 
at the southern end of the Coromandel Peninsula in New Zealand's North Island.

Thank for stopping by!

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