Tuesday, June 12, 2007

Weekend Get-Together.

I escaped this weekend to Derbyshire for a stitchers GTG. Sixteen stitchers from all over the UK in three cottages. We had a wonderful time and some great laughs.

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Evidence that I made it to Wye Needlecrafts in Bakewell - at last! I am now an honourary member of the Bakewell Tarts! lol
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Results of Sundays Dying class ran by Kate from Sparklies.
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My fabby after rinsing, dried and ironed.
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Hopefully, one day it will look something like this:
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I bought some DMC rayon, one of which currently looks like this:
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I spent the weekend stitching on this:
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You will have to wait to see what I am doing with my solitaire thread from Sparklies. Heehee.

7 comments:

June said...

What a wonderful way to spend a weekend. I have always wanted to do something like that. Good for you Lorna.

Paula said...

Great pictures Lorna

Edda said...

I am sure you had a fabulous weekend.

Little Grey Cat said...

Oh wow! Sounds like you had a great weekend. I so wish I'd known about it when it was organised as I'd definitely have been there. I was down at Wye Needlecrafts myself about 2 weeks ago. Would have been good to meet you all. I know Kate was there. Where there any other stitching bloggers there?

Lorna said...

Yes, there were other stitching bloggers there. If I give you the name of the blog, the links are in my blogroll.
A Celtic Stitcher
A Joyous Place
Allie's Wonderland
Blogging By The Beach
CatSize
Catty Stitcher
Daily Musings of Little Rach
I've been Thinking
Karolines Corner
Kittys Scritchings
Purplepds space

Michelle said...

Sorry I couldn't make it this time-being a swot I know but glad you had a great time and hope to join you for the next one.

Hazel said...

Why on earth did I not hear about this since I live in Derbyshire?? Grrrr. xx