When sharing our visit with Ewe & Eye Woolens and Such, I forgot to share my purchases there!
Two lovely counted cross stitch kits and some gorgeous hand-dyed velvet.
Some pretty wool that just had to come home with me (and some went to Mom's house).
Some great textured wool - the one in the upper left had just come in and I had to have some ;)
And lots of little pieces of wool too.
The sisters decided that we should work on WIPs (works in process) during our trip... although a new project or two may have been started ;) Here are some of the items worked on and/or finished:
Nicki shared two gorgeous finishes by Heartstring Samplery.
This one is kitted up in my stash somewhere - I think that I need to unearth it...
Wendy started quilting this year - I love these "in process" stockings made from mini charm packs.
A beautiful quilt top of Wendy's.
And a table runner too - love the colors!
Wendy also made this wonderful needle book by Nan Lewis of Threadwork Primitives.
A gift for Carla, her chauffeur for the trip - how sweet!
Linda started this quilt top while in Osage.
I couldn't get over how much she accomplished!
Carla worked on our Boxwood & Berries project from last year - stunning!
I love her addition of red velvet berries and beautiful stitching on the leaves.
Kim was quite prolific with her finishes!
Two cute little pincushions/pillows.
A framed punch needle piece ~ the kitty has cute little glass beads for eyes.
A sweet scissor fob by Shepherds Bush
So pretty I'm not sure which side is the front!
I finished "Warm Autumn Days" a Maggie Bonanomi club kit for Country Sampler.
I added a few little buttons to a flower.
I backed it with a wonderful brushed cotton purchased at Rivers Edge Quilts in Hayward, WI.
And added an antique ticking tag to commemorate the finish.
I also finished this Blackbird Designs pinkeep drum from the Country Sampler Star Party a few years back.
I love it as it combines all my favorite mediums...
wool applique, cross stitch and English paper piecing.
And these were only the projects that I remembered to take photos of! There were several other projects going that I forgot to photograph.
There will be one more post to wrap this trip up and also a little giveaway.
I'll be back soon!