Lovely Early Bird Class with Jackie du Plessis--a needleroll that will accompany tomorrow's Fair Maiden Etui.
And there are some extra goodies that go with the set:
Ok, I will admit that I really love prissy, pretty things. I tend to be very tailored and professional in attire in reality, but in my fantasy life I'm lounging on a chaise wearing ruffles and lace, sipping a mint julep, and drawling.
(If I ever tried that in reality, I'd sew one of the ruffles to the back of my needlework and spill the mint julep into my project bag. I'd still drawl, but that's due to living here all my life.)
Anyway this whole thing just jumps up and down and yoo-hoos at that prissy person, so I'm very happy.
Then there was shopping in the boutique, which was open only to seminar attendees this afternoon.
This is the wretched excess part of the title:
These are the best pix I can get, considering dim hotel lighting and even dimmer, grayer skies outside. I was originally sort of sorry I had signed up for two classes since it means my schedule is too tight to go play in Williamsburg, but the weather is so dismal I think I'll be happier playing in silks and linens.
I do not believe I need to visit the boutique again. I believe I will probably do it anyway.