CHECK OUT THESE GREAT YARNS IN THE RURAL WEEKLY
GLENDA Semple has been creating embroidery art from a young age.
Now she wants to use her skills to help women take their minds off the drought.
So she’s becoming an accredited embroidery teacher to hold workshops in drought affected communities.
Carolyn Burnes and her family have been on the road since February droving their cattle to keep them fed.
Now droving between Emerald and Clermont she said where she went next was entirely dependant on where there was feed. Find these stories and
more in this week’s Rural Weekly.
SEWING HOPE: Glenda Semple is using her sewing skills to help women take their mind off the drought.