Dyeing to Stitch! Part 1

Hello again!

I'm just sitting here trying to wrap up my second Flosstube video, so I thought I'd pop in here and share a few pictures I took while I was at the Dyeing to Stitch retreat in Virginia Beach last weekend. 

The last time I visited the shop, there were hundreds of models to look at.. and this time, there were hundreds more! I am shocked and amazed at how many models Ann and Pat and their team manage to fit into the shop – every single square inch of space is inspiring! Some of these you may have seen from the last time I was there, but I loved them enough to re-take their pictures and share them again!














Hi Robin!





Here's another view of the drum collection…



I had such a fun time with Beth.. if you haven't checked out her new The Gobbler pattern, it's adorable!




One of my favorite memories was when Beth gave a few of us a "dramatic reading" of the story of The Gobbler on the back of the chart – a story, by the way, that came from her own imagination… It was a lot of fun listening to her read it!

I think I'll leave off with that for now, and pick up for part 2 soon! 

Check back on YouTube for my second FlossTube video soon… and please overlook all the errors! 🙂

16 Replies to “Dyeing to Stitch! Part 1”

  1. Gorgeous photos, Paulette. There has been a great need for a seasonal piece above my front door for spring, and I’ve got my eye on one behind the counter — enabler 😉. I’ve really enjoyed your new FlossTube channel. Thank you for clearing up for me where the turkey story came from. I thought Beth probably wrote it but wasn’t sure. What a fun story.

  2. Paulette, thank you for this wonderful post. My eyes and brain just could not take in all the super items in Ann and Pat’s shop when we were there for Plum Street Sampler weekend……and what a special treat to meet you…you even sat with us….that was so very special to us. I am still smiling thinking about our fun, but I sure would have liked to hear Paulettte’s rendition of The Gobbbler. Maybe the two of you can do a Flosstube for us. Have a wonderful Fall. Martha.

  3. Will you continue the O HOLY NIGHT ornament Freebie series this year? Last year’s AND THE SOUL FELT ITS WORTH may be my next year’s project for my choir director. Will you do the next line of the song this year, or take up another carol? Thank you very much for your time.

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