It is not often that I get to teach on the extreme East Coast but I have had the good fortune to do so twice within the last 2 months. I taught in Delaware at the Winterthur Museum a few weeks ago and this weekend I'm teaching in Connecticut at The Enriched Stitch's Needlepoint in New England. I am so blessed and have loved the different atmosphere that surrounds me.
My students are wonderful! It is so good to see old friends that I had not seen in several months and to meet and make new ones. Teaching Maggie's Winter Cardinal was pure delight for me.
The facilities were great! The food - what can I say! And the weather even cooperated.
Next up for this fantastic guy will be the Space Needlers in Seattle, WA. You do not need to be a member of the guild. (Hmmm CT to WA - that's kinda extreme isn't it?). If you are closer to the Pacific Ocean than you are the Atlantic and are interested in stitching this guy, contact Kay Fite https://www.facebook.com/events/177702889506274 for information.
Next up for me is Orlando, FL for a private retreat. I understand that the condo where we are hosted has balconies where the giraffes come peek in every now and then. It is the Wildlife safari area. This will be a break for me because it has been almost 20 years since I've been in the Disney proper. I'm sure a lot has changed but I have only wonderful memories and do not expect that to change.
Getting ready to head over to The Enriched Stitch shop to leave a little revenue in the state. We'll see if I get into much trouble!
Till next week!