The 2011 Kanga Cup marks the 21st edition of Australia's Number 1 Football Festival, being held at various grounds across Canberra during these school holidays. The Kanga Cup is the biggest Youth Festival tournament in the Southern Hemisphere and one of the biggest in the world! (According to their website)
It was a splendid clear (sunny but chilly) winter's day in Canberra and we enjoyed our day's outing.
Our daughter, Sharelle, who is the Team Manager told them they had to play well today because one of their sponsors was present to watch them, but she didn't add that it was her Mother! The former sounded more impressive to the girls.
Jasmine is the second from the right in the front row.
Take two, same-sized polarfleece blankets of different colours, purchased quite cheaply from any chain store.
Place them wrong sides together and secure with a few pins to hold in place.
Cut into the edges with scissors or a rotary cutter, a fringe of about 5" depth, approx. 1" apart.
Tie knots, using one "fringe piece" from each coloured blanket so as the two blankets now become ONE.
VOILA! The girls loved the warmth and bright colours. Try it - excellent project for the school holidays for both girls and boys.