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Poppies at the Franch


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A workshop at the Franch in LaGrange Texas is always a treat. This weekend was with Melinda Bula http://www.melindabula.com/#!about-melinda/c240r   with our project of Poppies. Most people bought her kit–which included all the fabrics needed to complete the piece except for the background, batting, and backing, binding and so forth. I had intended to bring my large box of reds and three smaller ones of green but at the last minute decided to cull my choices to fit into just one little box and work from that.

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two20backgound20choices20here-m this box is bigger than a shoe box but not much. I could not fit in the fusible webbing or the vinyl.

I also opted to stay in the Dorm—freezing cold the first night, wrapped up in two extra blankets from two people’s cars–and then really needed earplugs—the snoring was quite daunting—might think about camping out in the bed of my truck next time. The only drawback to that is that there is no coffee in my truck unless I buy one of those semi truck driver’s coffeepots—might seriously consider.

I got about four pieces cut on my project–and will work on it more here at home with my large box of red and three smaller ones of green.–see above photos-

Solitude and few distractions are needed for me to feel creative–if someone else is nearby I feel I should be attentive to their possible needs. It feels rude to not work on the assigned project but gathering up enthusiasm to work  elbow to elbow–even when it is your dearest friends–just does not work for me.

 

I did get a lot of nice photos—and you may enjoy them here: https://sylviaweirphotos.smugmug.com/TripsandEvents/Poppies-at-the-Franch-July-216/

don’t miss the bling we bought for the birthday celebration.

 

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