Our final class was with Paulette from Plum Street Samplers. A big red house, poppies, a flag, the moon - what more could a stitcher ask for!
Here’s the design team for the entire retreat. Fun, fun weekend.
We are heading home now… back to reality.
Today’s classes began with Brenda Gervais from With Thy Needle and Thread. She designed a lovely sampler for us titled “At Home.” She incorporated things that reminded her of the words “country”, “sampler”, “spring”, and “green.” (Sorry for the glare in the glass.)
We were also gifted this pattern from Brenda titled “A Girl in Her Garden”. It will make a sweet drum!
This afternoon’s class was with Linda Lautenschlager of Chessie and Me. She too designed a sampler, this one a patriotic theme and styled after a typical Rhode Island sampler.
This pincushion pattern and supplies was also available for purchase by the retreat attendees.
Another day of stitching bliss ahead!
My Partner In Crime and I are on the road again. It’s so nice to be attending retreats and other needlework events again.
This weekend, we are in the “land of roundabouts!” (They drive us nuts.) we are in southeastern Wisconsin.
Our first stop was at Lynn’s of Madison. Lynn’s always has a excellent selection of linen and she has wonderful models on display.
Second stop was Witchery Stitchery in Mt. Horeb. This is a good place to stop for old treasures. I remember visiting this shop 20 years ago.
After a lovely day of shopping we headed to our hotel. Thunderstorms rolled through this area last night. We were safely tucked away in our room watching Flosstube!
Looking forward to more adventures today!