Things continue to be very busy around here. Last month Tom and I took a trip to the beautiful Canadian Rockies. Normally we don't take two trips so close together, but knowing that we are getting twin granddaughters this month, we wanted to get our travels in before hand.
While we were away I received photos from Marilyn V. of her completed Kindred Spirits. Marilyn took this class a few months ago when I taught it for Stitchville USA's retreat. I was so surprised to see her there because she lives in the Chicago area.
Marilyn is an exquisite needlework stitcher and finisher. Over the years she has taken most of my classes. Knowing her level of expertise, I think she takes the classes not necessarily for the instruction, but because she really wants the class project.
Look at her beautiful workmanship! Would you believe that this is the same lady who years ago told me she only made framed pieces and not "smalls"? Wow--what a turnabout she has made!
Thanks, Marilyn, for your photos. I hope our paths will cross again very soon!!
Kindred Spirits is available only as a class project. It will be taught twice more this year--in Seattle, Washington and in Shipshewana, Indiana. Both classes are in October