I was up and early next morning, first for a dip in the hotel swimming pool, which I had never had the opportunity to try at previous SCW due to being an organiser. The pool was lovely .
Off to breakfast having built up an appetite.
The choice for breakfast was yummy, vast and catered for everyone’s needs. After breakfast it was time to gather in the hall for the start of the days events.
Below are photos of some of the dolls from, My Favourite Sasha doll display.
This beauty in the box I believe is owned by Tricia
The twin studios above belong to Laura
Love the outfit on the blonde Gotz above.
Tilly belonging to Mary, pretty in Purple
Hope and Annette’s eyelash boy
Sasha owned by Sarah
What a cutie
How cute is Mr Stink
Now some photos of the International and Regional dressed dolls
I just wanted to pick this little one up and give her a hug
Lovely outfit by Alison
Mexican girl by Marti
I fell in love with this girl owned by Peggy
Beautiful outfit and incredible history
Here are The Wobblers
Next it was time for the craft tables
Brigitte’s Table were making Sasha leather Satchels
Janet’s table were making rugs
Francis’s table were making beautiful embroidered bags
Jane’s table were making little bags with Scottie dogs on.
Emma’s table were making Sasha jackets
Doll Mum’s table were making little wooden duck toys, which were great fun.
Judith’s table were making Sasha aprons
After lunch it was time to get ready for the raffle
Diane explained the rules
In between the normal raffle prizes being drawn a special draw would be announced.
And the first number which was a special prize was drawn
And the winner was Paula’s Granddaughter, which was wonderful as it was her first baby Sasha.
Sarah won the brunette Gregor
Pam’s daughter won the Dorisanne Osbourne book
Liss won the Red haired Sasha
Petrana won the beautiful drawings by Joni
Doll mum’s daughter won a baby
Fiona won the customise Cora donated by Peggy
Jocelyn then kindly donated her special draw ticket to Paula’s Grand daughter who won another baby Sasha
The last prize was won by me, which is a lovely Wobbler created by Janet Myhill-Dabbs
After the raffle we had a couple of hours relaxation before dinner
Karin was presented with a gift for her extraordinary Maypole display
After dinner their were gifts for our friends that had travelled from overseas to be with us of miniature lindt chocolate bars.
There were prize for the dress a doll competition
1st prize went to Peggy for her Iranian girl
2nd prize went to Vicky Chapman for her Zulu warrior
3rd prize went to me for the Pearly King
Mr G is very happy with his nano lego and would like to say thank you to Vicky Chapman for providing the blank suit.
After the prizes were presented it was time to say thank you to Janet and Tricia presented her with some beautiful potted plants as these were easier for her to take with her on her scooter ride home.
I would like to say a great big thank you to Janet and Tricia for a wonderful weekend and all the hard work they put into it. It was great for me to be able to enjoy it this time as a guest and to see it from the other side so to speak.
Below is the group photo taken be Alan Hinchcliffe
That’s all from me folks. I hope you have enjoyed it and thanks for stopping by.
Lovely photos Theresa only one correction , the Japanese outfit was made by Alison Burke not Madeline . I liked that one too!
Thanks Laura I will change it x
The Zulu warrior made me a little homesick for the land of my birth, South Africa, and the province in which i grew up,Kwa-Zulu Natal,where the Zulus originate. A lovely outfit!!
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