Such a talented lady - if she weren't so lovely it would be easy to not like her much!! So generous with her time and experience. I have a long way to go to catch up with her and work does get in the way so !
Ohooo it is lovely, I think patchwork is proving very popular. I am really enjoying the one I am making for my little girls attic bedroom.X
Is Marche one of the Pickering Patches? I was looking at some of their work at the Beck Isle Museum Quilt exhibition a few weeks ago, some beautiful work (just like Marche's).
Oh my goodness - I have found your lovely blog and the shop from Henhouse's blog. I guessed she was going to Pickering. I live in Northallerton and have never yet made it to the Vintage War Weekend how disgusting is that considering how much Alan and I are into the 30's and 40's. I seem to think I saw your shop in a magazine article somewhere so I knew you were there. We aredoing up our downsized 30's semi and it is taking longer than we thought so day trips have been a bit thin on the ground - I will however putPickering to the top of my list. I also visit my friend in Cropton Forest when I am over there. Have you been to Beadlam Grange? I run the County Council website for Local Food and they are one of our members. I have adde you to my sidebar and will be reading with glee someone who has a blog and a life so close to me!! You might like the stuff that Marmalade Rose makes she is on my sidebar and lives in Hawes. Bye for now - PS I need one of the blanket pieces that has been embroidered - honestly I need to sit with it on my knee gazing at it in wonder...............
I have just found you via Hen. What lovely treasures you have. How can I find out when the vintage weekend is next year? I would like to plan to visit it.
So pleased to have found your pretty blog. I share you passion for making and all things vintage, having lived that way all my life...Like Alchamillamolly above, I am in love with the embroidered blanket samples...and I have travelled back through your archives and adore the handmade anemone corsages...I have a friend who would love one.Warm wishes,Niki
Thank you very much for the plastic multi coloured woven basket which I received today. I am very pleased with it!What beautiful patchwork quilts!Isabelle x
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