The brainstorming was really special for me, because I wasn't just a guest expert- the community got empowered to play and experiment and create some lovely coverings together. I loved to artistry that came out as we got going.
A very special aspect of the program, which I hadn't planned, was that one of the women who came is involved with a charity that provides head coverings (hats, scarves, perhaps even wigs) to women who are living with cancer. So several hats and several scarves that didn't go in our swap will have new homes making life just a tad easier for people who could use them.
I wish I had photos, but someone else took pictures, so I'll have to wait and hope that I can get some from her... Instead, here's a recent photo of me with a hanging shabbos braid:
And in the end, we wrapped up (sorry for the pun) by putting a scarf on the shul's rabbi when he came to bring my husband and me to the bus station. I think he found a Purim costume for this year (but not as a woman, I promise.)
Of course, I forgot to mention this blog to them, but hopefully I'll eventually make the connection.