Saturday, September 26, 2009

Simply Fabulous

We are set up & ready to go for tomorrow!  Tonight was a Early Bird Special - that is that some designers were open & doing business. We were not open so we got to run around and look at all the fabulous new stuff.  Unfortunately, we are not allowed to take pictures - that will get us kicked out of the show.  However, I was allowed to take pictures of Milady's Needles' new stuff - it is really wonderful.  Sorry about the pics being a bit yellow - the lights in the rooms are those energy efficient bulbs that have a real yellow tint - but without further ado here it is: 
In the Garden:

The colors are so much better in real life - much more vibrant & darker.  Here is another view showing the box with the scissor fob.  This is a kit which includes the box, fabric, lining fabric, floss & pattern for the top & scissor fob.  Here is a pic of the box & scissor fob:

Next is the super cute Halloween Rules - look at the basket, the band was done by stitching the pattern twice.  I think this will sell like hot cakes.  The fabric used is Java City from R&R.  It actually has a greenish tone to it.

Next is a sweet sampler called " Winter is Past"   I love the colors on this one - they are very spring-like.


Ok, these pics are taking forever to load, so I will try & make it quick - it is past midnight & I am TIRED!

The next two are different versions of the same pattern :  Christmas Elegance & elegant they are.

Finally, the last one is a oh-so cute piece that is stitched in Gentle Arts Wool & mounted on WDW Wool.  Pics cannot really do it justice.  

Tonight I did get to stop by Kelmscott Design - the new scissors are great & the feel really nice.  I saw Paulettes ( Plum Street Sampler) & the new designs are outstanding.  Paradise Lost is stunning.  

I also got to see the much anticipated Jenny Bean Sampler & tuffet - don't hesitate to buy these - both are really fun.  The reproduction Sampler Sarah Woodham ( I think) is quite lovely.  

Ok, more tomorrow if I have the energy.  

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