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3530 Tye River Road
Amherst, Virginia 24521
ph. 434-263-6508
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Friday, January 15, 2010

{ Saturday Stitchings }


it is absolutely beautiful here today
...finally.
the skies are azure blue,
with some wispy-puffer clouds lazily flaoting by.
a perfect day to sit on the porch swing and stitch on my little sampler.
~ singing birds, sweet breezes and sunshine
are filling my thoughts with visions of springtyme to come....
The book that you see above, all dog-eared & worn,
is only one of my many favorites that I love to look through
when stitching something new...

right now, {between finishing models for my new needle punch patterns},
I'm working on finished items to be sold at the
Winter in the Valley
antiques & folk art show
{see show schedule on sidebar}
the handwork above will be a small Quaker inspired sampler,
that I have a perfect tiny wooden frame for...
I'm working it on 28ct irish linen, 1 over one strand,
in a blue/grey shade of needlepoint silk.
I'm hoping to make a bunch of these smaller samplers
for all of the shows I'll be doing this year,
along with small hooked items and needle punched smalls...

busy hands...
Oh, & here's a thought..,.
Would anyone local be interested in joining me for a stitching club?
(not an online club)
we would meet here at the shop and stitch on our samplers,
bring show 'n tell, exchange friendship and stories...
and have fresh-baked muffins, scones, & tea?
If I can raise enough members,
then we can join the Embroiderers Guild of America,
set up a chapter and join other chapters for events,
such as fund-raising, and the preservation of antique needleworks...
here is an awesome link for you to drool over:
www.antiquesamplers.org
let me know if anyone is interested?
Back to stitching,
Lori

4 comments:

  1. Love the book! Oh, how I wish I lived closer. I would jump on the chance to join a stitching club with you! We don't have anything like that like around here. Very upsetting.

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  2. Oh I wish! There's a local quilt shop that has classes and a quilters club but not quite what I'm looking for. I'd love to be in your group but too far away...durn it! Can't wait to see your little samplers!

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  3. Now that you have pointed it out...It should say Friday. Kidding.

    Beautiful work you do.

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  4. I am too far away to ;otherwise, I'd be there in a heartbeat.
    Sheila

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