Tuesday, March 21, 2006

Orphans Adopted....

And there is an 'orphan' area set up at camp, where stitchers bring their used charts, or unwanted charts because their tastes have changed... pieces of fabric, or whatever, and you can go thru them, and take anything that appeals to you! I had taken some things, but, came home with more! My stitchy friends kept finding things for me!! Here's the orphans that I adopted:







Thanks for looking and reading my long entries!

8 comments:

Carol said...

Oh, what lovely little adoptions! Hey, I want to go to camp too! LOL

Selina said...

wow, lovely adoptions. Too bad nothing like this exists here in Germany.

Lili said...

Oh yes! I wish there were such adoptions in France! This is wonderful stash! I envy you! This is the kind of thing I feel like doing to try and cheer myself up. Well, it would only work for a couple of hours...
Thank you for your kindest cheerful comments on my blog, Myrna, I really appreciate it!
Sending you a hug in return!
I have to go to my DD's music class, now; and I'll catch up on your blog later!
Take care!

Lelia said...

Good choices Myrna! I think I have that same Gentle Arts Sampler -- the LaDDa is cute! +the bird on skates.

You must have had so much fun adopting! And Shopping! And Stitching! And Chatting up a storm. What a GF week-end.

Rest up ... I can see you will need lots of strength for all that stitching you are going to do this year.

KarenV said...

Sounds like you had a great time at camp! What a wonderful stash haul you got :)

Cathy said...

I haven't read your complete report yet, but I must say you certainly brought home lots of stuff! Way to go Myrna! Oooh what fun you must have had!

Von said...

My goodness, Myrna! I kept scrolling and scrolling, and scrolling through two entries and all the stash you came home with!! You'll be busy for a good long while, lol!

Karen's Blog said...

Wow what a great collection Myrna. A few years ago I attended a patchwork weekend retreat and the same thing happened with patchwork fabric and patterns. I ended up with some geat stuff. I wish someone would do the same with cross stitch here:)