Yarn-bombed dining chair among craft on show at tombola

WITH such creative craftworks on display, it's no wonder the Urangan branch of the Queensland Country Women's Association enjoyed success at the craft competition and tombola on Saturday.

Branch president Cae Adams said while entries into the craft competition had been lower than usual, the numbers who had come along to enjoy the tombola and displays at the QCWA Urangan Progress Hall had more than made up for it.

"It was a big success. We had all sorts of different craft items," Ms Adams said.

"The tombola and the trade table did really well."

She said a wide variety of craft items had been showcased on the day, with needlework and much more on display.



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