Rosemary from "Stitch in Time" a wonderful Australian Craft shop in South Australia is exhibiting at the famous Alexandra Palace in North London. I'm telling you this as Rosemary has stocked my products for the past 5 years at her shop and at Quilt shows throughout Australia, but here she is in London taking my patterns with her. eg Thread Bear Bag etc. She will also be displaying work by the very clever Bronwyn Hayes from Red Brolly and the lovely Sally Miller from Millamac. We wish you all the best Rosemary and would love to join you if we could. Put this on the wish list of things to do and places to visit.
I will be at the Carlton Gardens Quilt and Craft show from this Thursday, with a make and take class and showing new products at the product bar. I love the Carlton Gardens building and its just a mini version of the Alexandra Palace. Sort of anyway.
Just arrived home from the Perth Quilt and
Craft show where we met so many lovely customers who were soooo pleased we came
back. I taught the new “Quince Flower Cup Bag”
paint a floral stitchery as many people have asked for more flowers in a cup
stitcheries. Unfortunatelysomeone stole the beautiful sample bag on the
first afternoon of the show. Despite the fact that it was tied with knots onto
the stand. So if anyone sights this completed bag with
the same fabric, you’ll know where it came from.
The old one MIA..
..and the new one I am currently working on.
Hired a little car and went West this time,
exploring the Swan Valley, where the wonderful Antique shops at Guildford
entertained us for hours.
3 Little Peter Pans at Georges in
A wonderful 1886 Singer Handwinder. Loved
this little beauty.
Brewery. My dessert, the latest sewing (an absolutely gorgeous Shaw and Clark
1864) and his amber fluid. The Shaw and Clarke will feature in the 3rdPOM Present of the Month.
In next post I will tell you of my Monastery
stay and lots more projects and of course the new freebee you get with online
or BOM and POM orders, so stay tuned. Oops of course the last few days of the
Thimbleina Mouse freebee, I made mine into a thimble bag whilst making a Carrot
and Coriander soup (It was all that was in the fridge)