Wednesday, April 2, 2008

Back from a Wonderful Stitching Weekend!

I had an absolute wonderful time in Leesburg this past weekend. I enjoyed my two classes emensely! Ellen Chester is a delightful teacher and I love the two projects we worked on: Long May She Wave Needlebook and the Sampler Huswife. Here is a link to her stitching page that shows the two projects:

Now I have more projects to do on my plate! I just need to win the lottery so I can retire and stitch all day! Now, doesn't that sound like a plan?

I will post a picture later on this week of my projects!

Thanks for stopping by,


Tuesday, March 25, 2008

I'm Taking Some Classes this Weekend!

I'm off to Leesburg, VA this Friday for two days of classes with Ellen Chester (With My Needle). I'm taking her Long May She Wave Needlebook and her Sampler Huswife Class!

I'm really looking forward to this! It's nice to get away every once and awhile!

Monday, March 24, 2008

Welcome to my World!

Well, I am now officially in the Blog World! I will post every now and then about my "stitching happenings".

First off, I will be attending the Loudoun Sampler Guild's "A Token of Love" this coming weekend! I will be taking two classes with Ellen Chester (With My Needle). I am really looking forward to this and can't wait to meet her in person! Let's hope I can stay on task and finish both of these projects by the end of the year!

This past weekend, I co-taught a class to one of my guilds, The Virginia Guild of Needlewomen. Here is a picture of the class I taught:

Quaker Scissor Case - Front

This design was created by Barbara Bernard of the Loudoun Sampler Guild. I modified it somewhat.

The class was alot of fun and I hope everyone enjoyed it!

Well, it's back to work for me!

Thanks for stopping by!