Friday, July 5

All set

   for a busy workshop tomorrow. A full house at the Forman Hall at Roberton south of Hawick for a day of stitching. We'll be making Indian-inspired envelope shaped bags using lovely Gujarati block printed cottons. Also involved are various embroidery threads and a good dose of bling, of the sequin, bead and bell variety! 

MUST remember to take some pictures of the day. 

On Monday Hugh and I hung our joint exhibition Landscapes and Threadscapes in the Hayloft Gallery at Paxton House. near Berwick. It runs until 21st of the month and we'd be delighted if you happened to visit there and let us know what you think of the work.

After that there will be just a few days before the Border Union Show in Kelso. Hugh will have a stand for Far x 4 and I will be spinning at my stall in The Story of Wool marquee. It's the bicentennial of the Border Union Agricultural Society so this show is bigger and brighter than ever. Friday 26th and Saturday 27th July.

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