I love all types of lace, and I love to read!
Oh, yes, I know how short of tatting thread you are. Just like me. ;)
ROFLOL! Thread drought. giggle.
It was great seeing you again!
I'm so glad that you made the trip! Visiting was fun! The shopping was nice, too. I bought socks with pictures of tatting shuttles on them.
LOL - I'm sure you were "desperate" for supplies :) I'm afraid to even think of taking any classes on bobbin lace - I could collect the bobbins and tools just because they're pretty!
Oh, I am so jealous! One day I will go to a tatting gathering! (Tat days is near me, but the timing is off for the next couple of years.)
One day I hope to attend one of these "Fun Times". Guess I'll just have to plan a trip north "at the right time". (Seems when I'm up there, there just aren't any going on.)
Hmmm, do I spot a few 'blue's' there? Can't think why!!!!!!
Maravillosos hilos y materiales.Besos
Lace Day in Downers Grove? Is this an annual event or something like that? I live in St. Louis and we don't have any lace events that I know of, but I'm pretty new to it. I'd drive a few hours for one!
You are a very generous lady and was great finally meeting you. I really appreciate the shuttle thank you so much. Yes I wish I had signed up for some of those classes too. But I did have fun at the vendors!
Jenn, every other year there's a lace event in Lafayette, IN and another in Downers Grove, IL. I live just about in the middle of the two, and I've managed to attend them both the last three times. They're lots of fun, because I get to meet people I've met through blogging! In two years, I'll try to remember to blog about both events in advance so that you can plan on attending!
I saw the picture - you missed having lampshades!I see colors that aren't BLUE! How did that happen?
Just like you, I love getting feedback!