I think Val would have been pleased. I turned out to be rubbish at bag-making so I just stuck to the painting of the papers.
The toilet roll dollies seem to have struck a cord. I love the idea of us all making and displaying on Flickr. Here are some more from yesterday.
This one, by Nan Kenyon, is looking cross because she has been forced to sit on a a toilet roll and considers it beneath her dignity. She is made from painted paper and a wooden spoon
This is a clever one from Betty Ruffell illustrating the saying ' inside every large lady there is a thin one trying to get out'!
I love Jane Wild's character - made from brown paper, of course.
This is a rustic angel from Sue Miles - all the leaves have been machine stitched.
Finally, here is Bishop Odo - who has nothing to do with loo rolls, but was made by our speaker Terri Hitchcock. He is the only bishop to have his own carry case (below) - mitre shaped, of course.
It is blowing a gale here and the light keep flickering. My modem also keeps disconnecting; luckily, so far, it has come back again. Sometimes I really hate technology.
Fiona's phone is still down but the blog has proved an effective way of communicating with people wanting to talk to her. Not just an indulgence, after all.