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January 19, 2012


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Laurie in Iowa

More wonderful photos. Paulette... do you remember the name and designer of the sampler with the big yellow house and the swan with the bible verse from Proverbs in the lower right hand corner?



fantastic pictures in both parts I and II!!!
what a great shop and looks like all had a
fabulous time!

maybe jean will have another symposium next year!


I enjoyed seeing all your pictures of the symposium, Paulette. I so wish I could have been there with you all. Looks like so much fun!


Too much fun!!!! I am so glad we got to spend the weekend running to Starbucks and stitching :-).


It was so much fun to spend time together!! Love re-living it via your blog. Yeah...I am famous now I appeared on your blog:-)


Oh my goodness...Paulette, I´m Sylvia from Germany and I love your designs and your blog. When I saw this pictures, I was sad...In Germany there isn´t anything like that. Stitching is not so popular as in America and we have to shop online...A room like this does not exist here...It is a big dream om mine, to visit one day such a location. But I think it will remain a dream...It´s a great pity...

Greetings from Germany


Aack, what is that adorable peacock thingiemabob in the first photo?? How did I miss that?!? I guess it's time to schedule a return trip! It was such a fun weekend!


Wow, that sure sounds like a great weekend, well spend with friends in a beautiful shop. Just like Sylvia from Germany, I'm dreaming about visiting that shop one day, but I live in the Netherlands, so it will not be that easy to fullfill my wish...

And just like Laurie, I really love to know the name and desiger of that sampler, and also from the other one (big yellow/orange house with a lot of flowers around it) on that same picture. I fell in love with them... It would be great if someone could help us with that.



Thanks for sharing your pictures, Paulette - it looks like loads of fun!

♥ marylin ♥

HELLO, I just saw your articles on your blog, can you tell me if you can have an address for ordering at this store samplers please because there are several models that I want!
thank you for your help!
friendships FRANCE

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merci !

Natalia Canaday

Oh Paulette, you crack me up !! I loved all the pictures and I thank you for sharing them with us. I always take my camera everywhere with me, but somehow, I never manage to take pictures. LOL. You are right, cross stitch is a wonderful thing, but when it is done in the company of dear friends, it is just the best. I am so grateful for our group of friends, and I didn't want the weekend to end !!! I also LOVE your project and, of course, Brother's Keeper. You are one amazing designer !!


Again - WOW! So very amazing. You are so very fortunate to experience this, Paulette. God Bless your generous spirit in sharing your experiences here for us. :D Cathryn


Thank you Paulette for sharing your experiences with your loyal fans like me! I was wondering if you remember the name of the designer and name of the chart of the Red and chocolate piece? Thank you!


Love seeing all the wonderful pictures - would love to see a closeup of the Adam and Eve smalls-

Rachel S.

It looks like you had a neat time. My LNS does not offer these kinds of days--I wonder if I should move to a different place :)

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