Friday, May 8, 2015

Spending Time with the Tudor Rose Sampler Guild

I recently had the pleasure of teaching two classes, Kindred Spirits and Long May She Wave, for the Tudor Rose Sampler Guild  in Dallas, Texas. Most of those in class were from Texas. In addition, there was one attendee from Florida, another from Minnesota, and another from Arizona.

Here are some photos from the Kindred Spirits class on Saturday. 

And  here are some collages of Sunday's Long May She Wave class.

There was some wonderful show and tell. Here is Vicki with her Multiplication Table Examplar.  I'm sorry I neglected to get photos of any of the other projects.

Thank you to the members of the Tudor Rose Sampler Guild for two wonderful days and a special thank you to Vicki who organized the two workshops.

On Monday I visited The Stitche Niche in nearby Arlington. I have lots of photos of the shop, but will save them until next time. 


Margaret said...

Looks like a wonderful class once again. I love Vicki's hornbook. I have that piece stowed away to be stitched and also the hornbook frame. I so need to get to that!

Annette-California said...

Two beautiful projects the guild selected for you to teach. Vicki's hornbook is amazing!! Love it!

Marilyn said...

That looks like a great time.
Thanks for sharing the pics.

woolwoman said...

glad you had such a wonderful trip to Texas. Looks like a big group. loved seeing the photos of the bluebonnets. Hugs Mel