Wednesday, June 16, 2004

More from Palmetto

And here are even more lovely entries!

I forgot my watch was on Indiana time while I was flitting around admiring and photographing all the tatting! I thought we had a nice little break after lunch and before the next class.


I was an hour late to Jane Eborall's class - a funny face bookmark. I've barely got the eyes and mouth done, so you'll have to wait to see the rest of it. Shortly after I got into the class (very late) I felt the buzz on my cell phone and went out to answer it. That's when my daughter called to let me know an uncle had passed away. From what she told me, I thought it likely I would make it home in time for the funeral. And back I went into class..........trying to figure out that funky funny face. LOL! It really is cute. It's not on Jane's site yet, but I'm sure it will be after she returns to the UK.

By this time, I was losing my sense of time and place, obviously. I popped over to my last class...........for some reason, when someone gave me the room numbers in the morning, I had marked Terry the Tatter's instead of Karey Solomon's class, so there I was listening to Terry talk about designing and wondering when she was going to get to the teneriffe part.........for a whole HALF hour! Hey, I was having fun! Then it suddenly dawned on me..........I was in the wrong class! So I zoomed out and found Karey's and managed to get most of that motif done. LOL! I finished the tatting part last night but I still need to do the needleweaving around the wheel center. I got 2 for 1 that time!

Then we all met in the cafeteria again but this was very informal and many people were leaving in just a few hours. I was starting to drag then and didn't get to say goodbye to a lot of people that I wanted to.

After the initial flurry of goodbyes, I took a walk to gather myself and relax. I'll show the lovely setting I found tomorrow!

1 comment:

  1. Anonymous11:01 AM

    I really like Jane's ornaments. I think the "b" doodle in set #1 would be great for the Lacers Christmas tree, done in red with gold beads.



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