This week on the Aberteifi Cardigan, the knitted River Teifi is really beginning to take shape.

It looks rich and textured with all the knitted fish shaped sections coming together in a range of watery blues and greens. It looks so enticing that some knitted fish have swum in to take residence in the meandering knitted waters. I had a lively and positive meeting with Jenny Jones at the Secondary School this week and we will be working with year 7 and 8 to create the knitted fields. Some of the older children will be invited to contribute with collaged embroidery pieces of their own interpretation which will make a nice contrast to the chunky knitting and cables. If you can knit, and wouldn't mind coming along to help pass on your knitting skills to the next generation then we could do with your help on Wednesday morning 28th April at the school, please ring me if you can come. I also met with the ladies of the handicraft group of the U3A who are raring to go with squares and bricks and some tiny people. I dropped off some more wool at Canolfan Meigan and was delighted to find them sitting round knitting and they gave be a big bag full of wonderful knitted work. Sarah's cake this week was courgette and carrot, sounds strange but there wasn't any left at the end of the meeting! I will be sorting out a wool collection and drop off point at Theatre Mwldan this week, and this weeks meeting on Sunday will be at St. Mary's Old school hall. 6-9pm.

Lisa Hellier