Welcome to 38 Queens Square, Cambridge - a large Georgian house. The date is 10 April 2016.
Looks like you had a great time!
Weary but happy - what's not to like.... Marilyn
I think you'll like the Pretty Pleater. I only made drapes once with mine, but can't imagine not having had it! Making a proper jig would be a nightmare!
I did a couple of curtains with my previous wooden one but was so frustrated by it that anything after that I did by modelling the drapes how i wanted them and pinning to polystyrene until dry - I make that sound easy!! It was a real challenge - pins leaving visible holes in fabric, different fabrics behaving differently etc etc, so I am living in hopes of this one.
Hello Marilyn, It looks like you did rather well with your York spend. Lots of lovely modern minis. I just love the pack of tablets. If you haven't thought of it already, a tip for the pretty pleater - run it under the tap and shake off the excess. The fabric will stay in place a bit easier. It's a shame we didn't bump into one another but never mind, there's always the next one.
I honestly did keep an eye out for you, but you know how it is at a show - head is more down gawping at minis than it is up looking at folk. I also think the pills are my favourites this time round. Did you notice Jennifers of Walsall (and two others) were no shows. Hope you had a good time and found lots of goodies that we get to see soon. Marilyn
ooh, sorry, meant to say, thanks for the pretty pleater tip.... will doM
Thank you. Nothing very special, except maybe my bear. One and a quarter inches top to toe, articulated and soft fur. Clever, clever maker.M
Ooh, you got some delectable goodies!
Aw, thanks Megan. One of these days they might even find a home. Marilyn
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