and our class was French School Girl Sewing Case and Smalls
She packaged the kits up in a darling box like what you might get at a French Bakery.
I don't know how she got all the parts of the kit neatly inside the box
We are working on 27 count banding, over 1. Linda suggested we start a corner so she could make sure we were starting in the right place. The banding is a bit ravelly so I'll be sure to run it through my serger when I get home.
We have a great guild and they run classes very well. A guild person picks up our lunch order from Panera and brings it to class. (Thanks Nancy!)
Linda had a trunk show of her designs and it was fun to see them in person.
We could order any of those charts.
I stayed at a Fairfield Inn that was really great. It had two rooms, a bedroom area and a living room area (and two TVs). I would stay there again if I needed to.
Whoever wanted to could go to dinner at a Rusty Bucket restaurant. It was fun. I don't like eating out of the vending machines at the hotel. Across the street from the restaurant was a Trader Joe's. I've never been to a Trader Joe's so I had to just stop in and see what it was like. It was fascinating. I had heard that they have a nice selection of fresh flowers at nice prices. I happen to see a hyacinth bulb in a vase for only 1.99. Why not?
It was fun just to see what they had. They had a good selection of wine too. I just bought the flower and some candy.
I only got in half of my steps for the day. Just call me lazy.