We recently had a surprise visit at the lace guild. Linda, from Gloucester, dropped in with all sorts of beautiful tatted goodies to show off! She even brought along a project to share.... beautiful ornaments made with edgings and cereal box cardboard and fabric. I've saved the supplies so I can make a tatted ornament for the christmas tree this year :-) Several ladies from the guild are in this picture that Linda just sent me. Linda is on the far left, and the Shuttlebirds attendees reading this may recognize two of the younger teachers (Sarah N, and Jessica S) in the back row center. This visit from Linda was a surprise for me, otherwise I would have had my camera to take pictures of more of the beautiful things she had made.
Sunday should bring another tatting meetup for me, a tatter from Australia who has purchased thread from me is in Seattle this weekend, and I plan on heading up there tomorrow to visit with her.
Cindy in Seward Alaska was kept quite busy by Dr. V as they saw many of the beautiful sights. The doctor was reportedly flightseeing, and actually took off her mask (after much prompting) to breathe in the fresh air. The northern lights must have been spectacular, because it takes something extrordinary to render Dr. Vonthreadmore speechless. (trust me, I've tried :-P)
I'm sure she frolicked when she saw this lovely field of wildflowers. Dr. Vonthreadmore might tell you otherwise, but I have on occasion caught her in a shameless display of delight. She was spotted in Ohio not too long ago..... I wonder where she could be headed next!
I was informed via postcard this week that Dr. Vonthreadmore made a stop in Minnesota. She spent some time chatting with Cindy chatting up various parts of her decor, while sipping Ginger tea. Dr. Vonthreadmore also enjoyed the outdoor Salsa garden.
More from Dr. Vonthreadmore's travels tomorrow and all this week!
The official deadline/cutoff for the Globetrotter giveaway is September 30th when selections will be made...... and Dr. Vonthreadmore says she might have a few more quick stops to make on her way back home. So you still have time if you'd like to participate!
Meet my alter ego. She expresses all of the emotion and behaves in a manner that I never would own to. This thread dyeing extrordinaire only appears in the wee hours after the pitter patter of little feet has faded. Stay tuned for tales from the Laboratory....