Mary Brooks and then make sure people visited the Treasurer's House (a National Trust property) to see two pieces of needlework and a beaded basket. Many had a great time touring all the wonders of York - it is truly a beautiful town.
|Our workshop in a period Guild Hall in York|
So what was the project? Well, it was a small bird that was my modern interpretation of a few 17th century sewing birds we had seen on the trip. The interpretation was a peacock in lacet braids, filled with wools that allow it to be a pincushion.
|Lacet Peacock for Workshop Course|
Oh how awesome! I love peacocks, so this is exciting news. The trip looks so awesome. Happy Holidays!ReplyDelete
Yeah!!!! Sign me up!ReplyDelete
Geez, first the stumpwork lion and now the peacock! Tricia, are you trying to take ALL my money? I think I'll be in on this one...ReplyDelete
Oh, that peacock is wonderful. I see lots of techniques my eyes won't handle anymore, but I can still couch down purl... I might have to take the course to see how the tools fit in...ReplyDelete
wow awesome! I love peacocks, so this is exciting news. Thanks for wonderful information ...ReplyDelete
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