Wednesday, 12 March 2014

Gentle stitching....




                                            Photo by Dee http://deeatthecarlton.blogspot.co.uk/
                                              Photo by Dee http://deeatthecarlton.blogspot.co.uk/
                                         Photo by Dee http://deeatthecarlton.blogspot.co.uk/
                                        Photo by Dee http://deeatthecarlton.blogspot.co.uk/

I thought I would give you a taste of the workshop I ran on Saturday at Rustic and White in Shrewsbury. It was a lovely day, gentle stitching and tea and cake, what more could you ask for? Two of the ladies who came to the workshop have blogged about the day. Visit Dee at the Carlton and Bayou if you would like to see some more photos.

8 comments:

Dee at The Carlton said...

Thanks for the fabulous Gentlework day - it was so relaxing & productive with all the fabulous things you brought in for us to choose from.

Thanks for featuring my photos = it was so inspiring to photograph such beautiful items x

Lyn said...

Wish I had attended! Xx

KC'sCourt! said...

Wish I lived closer
Julie xxxxxxxx

bayou said...

Hello Christine, this last photo of you is really such a pretty one. I have collected feathers from wild birds I found - they will go in the treasure box. It is a bit as if I see things from another perspective now - you are really a great inspiration, thank you!

Jayne said...

It looks as if you have had such a lovely time at your workshop, I love the display of all the work created. Will pop over and read the blogs. Jx

Else said...

Just came to visit via Nancy Nicholson's blog, and very glad I did. What beautiful work - I am now trawling through your older posts, sighing with delight!

gentlework said...

Hello Else and thanks for visiting here, hope you enjoy it, Christine x

Sheila Earhart said...

Hello! Oh my goodness, the entire piece of art work announcing your workshop! It is just divine! I have been collecting vintage fabric for quite a while, and I don't have a lot of sewing skill, but I can embroider, and I enjoy mixed media. Seeing your blog and all of your beautiful pieces has opened up a whole new world for me! Thank Heavens I found you, courtesy of "One Lucky Day." Now, the courage to dig in! :)

Thank you!

Ever so,
Sheila in Portland, Oregon