Wednesday, June 9, 2010

Pumpkin and Bridesmaids

Hi.  As you can see, I have finished the pumpkin and the bridesmaids. The pumpkin is such fun.  It is a free for all.  Just make the stitches wherever you want.  I stitched a row of tent on the top and the bottom with the same thread as used for the veins.  Of course I need to add the straw and give the crow his feathers.  But I must stop for now to get ready to go to market with Amy and Robin.  I am beyond excited.  Jill tells me there in no way to describe the feeling when you go to your first market.  I hope to be able to contain my excitement enough to send pictures and reports to you.  I know I will probably be overwhelmed.  We'll be in touch!


  1. Peggy

    Your Bride is looking wonderful. Know your having a wonderful time.

    Safe journey

    Sue VanderNoor

  2. Hi Sue. I left the bride at home. We are here in Columbus. We had a great dinner last night. Just had breakfast with Robin. Everyone is setting up today. I'm going to sneak a peck into the hall if I can. We all have different classes today at 2pm. Can't wait. Will blog later.

  3. Peggy

    How exciting and I know what fun Market can be. I was lucky to be able to attend once in Long Beach in the 80's...opps, dating myself but it was a blast. Now we are into painted canases and so many more fibers. There are so many talented designers it wil be fun for you to see what is new.

    The bride will be patient and you can enjoy all the excitement. Enjoy, enjoy!!! It's all fun whether your stitching or just drooling over new stuff

    Sue VanderNoor

  4. OH...hello all of you that are in Mecca!!!

    Lisa and I are anxiously awaiting any news/photos that you have of Amy's booth, Robin's class, new treasures....any new fibres that are released...EVERYTHING!!!

    Please, just fill up the blog, or direct us to where your posts will be.

    I feel like a kid on Christmas Eve...and you all are SANTA....

    Have fun...

  5. Y'all spend lots of money at the show, so we can spend lots of money when you get back!


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