I do love our golf course, it’s a great course and the views are stunning. I really am still determined to get to grips with this challenging, frustrating and totally stimulating game but at this time of year with the north wind blowing straight off Cardigan Bay sewing is definitely my preferred option.
Jeff, on the other hand only needs a gap in the clouds and a slight lull in the wind and he heads off kitted out in thermals and with waterproofs at the ready.
Jeff had the idea for a micro fibre ball cleaner but I knew there would be some golf themed fabric out there. There is!
Our first attempt was a pocket with a sealed end, but one muddy outing on the course highlighted a fault. The pocket quickly became a pocketful of mud! Type 2 is open ended and it works perfectly well.
Easy to make just a tube of micro fibre inside a tube of golf-themed cotton (so far I have two designs) with tidily bound ends.
Quick to make with micro fibre fluff being the only problem, it was everywhere; all over my clothes and my sewing table and under the plate on my machine needed careful brushing.
But on the course it’s great, fits in your pocket and is much easier than the traditional towel hanging from the bag and getting in the way.
That’s my Clover mini iron in the first pic. A thoughtful present from my son (prompted, I’m sure my my equally thoughtful, quilting, daughter. I love it and recommend its time-saving simplicity.
Or so I’m told….. I’m sure I’ll get to try it out soon.