Irma begged to come home with in my hooking bag! She is
created by artist Olive Rose and Karen Kahle brought along a
little trunk show for us to choose from! Last year, one of Olive Rose's cat dolls jumped in my bag so now she had company!
This is Karen's needlepunch version of her Santa pattern.
It's very appealing although this is way toooo tedious for me to do!
out! Love this little mat with cats paws, needle felting and her corded roving couched onto the border.
It's a great little piece!
Everybody loves Ali's heart! There are several different stitches and techniques that she uses ~
definitely on my to-do list with her sometime!
It was a great three days spent in Tipp City with old friends, Jackie and Deb, and many new gals that we met! Jackie and I have been at all four of the classes that Ali and Karen have taught ~ hope they do one next year!!
Thanks for stopping by. Most of my blogs in recent months have been from my phone ~ somehow that isn't working so I'm back in front of the computer! One thing I notice when I previewed what I posted is that the picture quality is sooo much better having transferred the phone photos to the computer! Note to self ~ take the time to do it this way! Except when I'm on the move ~ sometimes I have to post on the run ~ there are some things just too good to keep till I get back home! I've been doing a lot of Facebook posting as those of you who are Facebook friends, know. It's so quick and easy because it's a picture and a couple of words about and voila ~ it's out there! If you're a blog reader and on Facebook, make sure we're "friends" and keep up with our adventures that way, too!
Talk to you soon!!
P.S. I'm getting ready for a show Saturday at the Richland County Fairgrounds here in Mansfield ~ The Gathered Treasures Show ~ antiques, folk art and me! Follow "Black Cat Primitives" on Facebook. Come see us 10-4 Saturday!