Crafts and cake were the focus of the sixth Clock-Eaters Craft and Lace Day in Skillington on Saturday.
Villagers and friends gathereds to try various crafts, including bobbins lace-making, tatting, knitting, cross-stitch, black-work, tapestry, card-making and stone painting.
Diana Cox, of Pippins Patchwork & Craft, in Market Deeping, ran a small workshop to make a fabric thread tidy in the afternoon and a visit from Judy Sewell, of Hearing Dogs for Deaf People, accompanied by Fabia and Hana and hearing dogs Valour and Shadow, was a real highlight of the day.
The event raised £345 for Hearing Dogs for Deaf People and small donations will also go to Skillington Village Hall and Skillington Wesleyan Church.
For details of next year’s Craft and Lace Day, on February 10, call Vicky Page on 01476 330281 or email email@example.com