Of course we had to be snoopy
and check it out.
Can you see?
There is no water in it.
how to weave chair bottoms
for a long time
and is always buying
lone chairs when she goes to auctions.
Her cousin saw an ad in the local newspaper
about a class that would be taught
at Mabry's Mill.
decided to have a birthday party
on the day of the class
so Mom asked Dad to go with her.
Here he is with their chairs.
Mom's is the on with the hat
hanging on it.
Dad's is the white chair
in front of him.
There was a lot of activity at the Mill on Saturday
and several demonstrations in progress as they arrived.Most days during the summer a blacksmith
can be found working in the blacksmith shop.
That's another class they might want to take.
weaving his chair bottom.
People kept stopping and taking his picture.
We think they liked the bibs.
when the class time was over.
He still needs to weave in a
small filler piece.
He also has a hole in his thumb
from pushing the starter reed.
Mom needs to work about another
hour to finish her chair.
(but she's the one with the camera
so she didn't get photographed!)
have a broom making class.
Mom is a broom collector
so she is looking forward to that class.
Have a wonderful day. Only one more post until we will posting the tongue shots. We're getting excited about it. We just hope we can get blogger to work with up on our uploads. Somedays it refuses to let us upload any pictures.
Lilly, Piper, Carrleigh and Java