This is one of the examples that was completed prior to the show
Another example completed prior to the show.
And another example completed prior to the show
The workshop attendees also received a bag of goodies that the club members had been working on this year. It included items like, food, a table, an ice chest, fishing items, a hat, fireplace accessories and many more.
The next few photos follow the progress of my cabin. The body of the cabin was built from 1/2" thick foam board. I was in the process of cutting out windows and doors here.
The exterior of the cabins were covered with strips of vinyl flooring.
The workshop went from 9a.m. until 3 p.m. and included lunch. I had completed the exterior of my cabin by the end of the day.
Work continued when I got home. The space in-between each log was filled in with yarn.
Here is a close-up of what that looks like
There was a seperate table/project for little kids. They built a canoe scene.
There were several vendors selling lots of great stuff.
Local miniature celebrity Marc Mead had his project on display there too.
check out his Facebook page if you haven't.