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Woolly bits Sunday

On a bleak, wet and cold day (a hangover from Saturday’s wintry weather), I headed up the highway to Millrose, slowing down at seemingly regular intervals for interminable road works!  I eventually made it thinking I would be the last … Continue reading

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Woolly Bits Weekend

The weekend before last (yep, I’m that far behind!), I had the pleasure of staying at Millrose with some of my Woolly Bits classmates.  We were light on numbers this year but still had a great time!It was more like … Continue reading

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A very Millrose weekend

(I’ll just start by saying you would have had this yesterday except I’ve had computer problems…..grrrr…..’nuff said!) Am back from the loveliest of weekends spent at Millrose and being a student all weekend! I set off mid-morning Friday, arrived about … Continue reading

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A little Liberty

Helen, Sue and I had a fun day on Friday, tootling up the freeway to Millrose to see their Liberty exhibition.  As always the exhibits were beautifully displayed, the staff having turned the shop upside down and inside out to … Continue reading

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Woolly bits class | February

As I was cleaning up the pics on the camera yesterday I came across the photos for our Woolly Bits class at Millrose from the end of last month, so thought I’d better show you. My day started with a … Continue reading

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Woolly bits Sunday

It was our first time back for Woolly Bits at Millrose for this year (as I was leaving home the moon was still outand a spider had been very busy overnight weaving this web between the carport and the Silver … Continue reading

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A class at Millrose 

Last week I had the pleasure of taking a class at Millrose with the always innovative, internationally renowned quilter and textile artist Jan Preston, making “Liberty Charms”.  (Photo with permission of Jan Preston) I travelled over from Ma Kettle’s enjoying … Continue reading

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