Gina is such a charming and fun person and her talk was very interesting indeed. She had a selection of linen on display, only a very small part of her vast collection.
Patra's Place of Stitching and Vintage Linens it will direct you to her other blogs too.
Shez asked what mischief we got up to. We were actually very good. We did pop over the road from Embroidery House to Lincraft to buy some DMC threads - 61c each - what a bargain. But we were good and that's all we bought.
Thank you again to lovely Christine for a fabulous fun afternoon. In this picture Christine is in the garden at Embroidery House. This garden was donated to the city group from the country groups, which I thought was a really lovely thing to do.
If you visit Urban Threads you will find an amazing range of embroidery patterns for bargain prices.
Click HERE for this lovely Peacock. His pattern is only $1.
Now to the freebies.
This selection kindly at Tatasha Gallery Ru
Maureen's Vintage Acquisitions.
Huge thanks to everyone