I've just returned from six wonderful days visiting my dear friends in Virginia.
a room with a view
Michael and David have a great love for cooking and being on the receiving end of this love is not a bad place to be! Meals are seasoned with herbs from their delightful garden.
A group of wonderful stitchers piloted my classes for the ANG Milwaukee Needlepoint Seminar taking place at the end of August. This is not the first time I have had the benefit of the expertise of these ladies and gentlemen. They are so talented and generous with their time and feedback.
For LET THERE BE LIGHT we painted the canvas, a first for the group. The class took place in the basement of The Virginia Quilt Museum among beautiful quilts which we carefully covered. With paint and water, you never know... All went swimmingly well!
One evening I was treated to a meal at the exquisite Joshua Wilton House in Harrisonburg. The simple flower arrangements gave a sense of casual beauty.
Nothing fussy. Just a beautiful bloom sitting on our table.