Joan Tucker knits another scarf ready for the cold weather ahead with Joan Matthews looking on with her knitted doll. Marj Winstanley from Woodanilling sews one of the blocks for her exquisite quilt.
Barbara Pugh gets in on the knitting action as well, just in time for winter.
Jan Kearsley, Joan Matthews, Heather McDougall, Sandra Shackley and Marj Winstanley and seated Joan Tucker and Barbara Pugh find plenty to laugh about.
A GROUP of crafty women meets every Wednesday at the community centre.
They meet from about 10am until about 3.30pm, practising their respective craft and having a good laugh along the way.
These craft days are available for anyone interested in working on their craft or for someone interested in starting out in craft.
For someone new to this hobby there are women to give people a helping hand with whatever type of craft they would like to try.
The craft group in the past has done things such as china painting, pottery and quilling.
They have both a china kiln and a pottery kiln available for those who are interested in using them, as well as a quilting machine available for use and even a spinning wheel.
Some of the other crafts the women partake in are knitting, crochet, cross stitch sewing and patchwork.
Costing just $5 for the day, those who would like to attend bring their own lunch and the group supplies the tea and coffee, along with friendship and plenty of laughs.
The appreciative women of the Wagin craft group thanked community centre committee for the new lino that was recently put down.
For more information about the craft group call secretary Barbara Pugh on 9861 1124.