Last month, Mom and I attended Rebekah L. Smith’s
Flower Pin Cushion class
At The Crafty Ewe
In Broadview Heights, Ohio
We had such a lovely time.
Mom shared her latest masterpiece with Rebekah -
a limited edition pattern by Rebekah L. Smith and Lori Ann Corelis.
You can’t tell with the masks, but they we both smiling :)
We were thrilled to receive a great goodie bag from The Crafty Ewe filled with this great collection of Valdani threads.
And we even had time to stop at a few antique malls, including this favorite.
I found this huge pincushion that reminded me of an
old trade sign and is about as big
A well used tomato pincushion
And some vintage notions.
Here is Mom’s completed class project.
It’s reversible, with a different color way on each side.
Perfect for putting out on a table so you can view both sides.
And not only is it a pincushion, but the butterfly is a needle keep complete with a magnet.
Such a lovely adventure!
A well done class with only five students
And we felt so safe throughout our adventure
The Lord will keep you from all harm -
He will watch over your life;
The Lord will watch over your coming and going
Both now and forevermore.
~Psalm 121: 7-8