or . . the Holly Hills Spring Plantings show is now just a good memory :)
As usual, I forgot to take many pictures, but here are a few . . .
There were 3 or 4 ladies that made a variety of wonderful dolls/animals.
I am not much of a doll person, but I absolutely loved this one. I was glad when I checked at the end of the show and she was gone!
I'd say putting me next to a wool vendor is like having the fox guard the hen house :) This gorgeous wool is from the Wool Room of South Lyon, MI.
Teresa Kogut is one of the most talented (and sweetest) people you could ever meet. A couple of her prints came home with me. She has wonderful punch needle and rug patterns, too.
I am happy to report I had a successful show. As an afterthought I took a few hooked pieces with me not expecting any to sell. (At the fall show, I didn't even sell a one.) I sold two of them ~ woo hoo ~ which really made my day and definitely boosted my profit margin. I was very conservative in my purchases so actually came home with some cash to put towards my hooking expenses. As we all know, hooking is not cheap :)
For more pictures, hop on over to Earlene's blog. She was helping Dawn and took some great shots.
I did break down and bought one little bunny . . .
. . . and of course a bit of wool.
Thanks, Dawn, for such a great show.
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March is a big birthday month in my family and yesterday we celebrated. Grandson Jake turned 9 . . .
. . . son J ~ still wearing his "winter face" (with girlfriend Jessica and Loocie) is 33. How did that happen?
MUCH older brother Bill (2 years and 11 days) also had a birthday, along with yours truly :)
Thanks so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)