Wonderful - Part 2 (picture heavy posting)

Here is the 2nd part of my Fobbles visit and the wonderful eye candy that was on display and this posting is very picture heavy, but I have just got to show you some of the beautiful things that have been done.


I started taking pics before it got too crowded, which it did later and that was wonderful to see, I heard lots of comments from viewers whilst I was there that people were inspired and they wished they had the time, patience, ideas etc to do these things, and I must say I was very inspired by what I had seen.


This was where I started my walkround


A closer view of this lovely sampler


As you can start to see there were some lovely quilts and beadwork being shown


Some more quilts and stitching


I thought that these 3 were beautiful.


I was so intrigued by the beadwork - look and you can see the sea, this were really stunning in real life, my pics do not do them justice.


This I believe was made for a bride - awesome!


I was so enamoured by these little pretties...


I did love this bag and the cushion


This beautiful appliqued/quilted picture the colours close up were lovely and I couldn't get a good picture because of reflection


Just tooooooo cute!!


As you can see here there was some light as a feather knitting, tassels and jewellry


Some cross stitch pictures


Pictures of a different stitching medium


Isn't she just adorable

Well I hope that you have enjoyed a few of the pictures that I took of my evening, I could go on and on with them, but I think I have shown you the variety that I saw there, so I am glad that you came around with me looking at this wonderful exhibition and thanks to Bev and Edna for making it all possible.


Yuko said...

Heavy sigh again...
These pictures are wonderful, Su!
Thank you so much for sharing them with us!
I feel I'm full now! :D

Karoline said...

Gorgeous photo's Sue, I've really enjoyed seeing inside Bev's shop :)

Susan said...

Great pictures, and what an amazing variety of needlework on display. Just beautiful!

Barbara said...

Wow, Su, thanks os much for those pictures. That's just so incredible.

VavadesNeiges said...

thank-you for sharing your pictures
I'm in love with the sampler :)

Beverley said...

Sue, thank you for such a lovely write-up of our exhibition and shop, we are glad you enjoyed yourself. I will pass on your wonderful comments to all the ladies who exhibited their work.
Your blog is great, you also do wonderful work and all those fabulous exchanges! There are many talented stitchers out there.

staci said...

So much eye candy, so inspiring!!! Fobbles looks like a little slice of heaven, sigh :)

And I must say that you certainly know how to make a person's wish come true! Such gorgeous and creative projects...that tin is too stunning!!! My wish is to stitch and finish half as lovely as you do!!!

Nancy said...

I'm speechless Su - everything is so gorgeous! The beadwork is really amazing. Thank you so much for sharing your photos. I can only dream of being at an event like this!

Tina D said...

What a wonderful shop - instant inspiration. I'd love to spend time browsing inside. Your pictures are amazing - thanks for sharing. Tina D.

Old Yankee Stitcher said...

Wow what a wonderful display of crafts. It must have been a joy to see them in person but thank you for all the pics. CJ

Julie said...

STUNNING!! very talented crafters exhibiting there, thanks for sharing your visit Su.

Nelapx said...

His jijiji Tildas? so also you like puppets?
there was any way to see more closely at the photos of things with beads? Gut you work with beads?

pjutko said...

Thanks for these beautiful photos!
Hugs from Hungary!

Hazel said...

Great pictures. Very inspiring! xx

Elisa said...

What an amazing place....how lucky you were to able to visit and be allowed to take so many pictures for us all to drool over!!

Vonna said...

Boy oh boy...look at all these lovlies...I think that is divine inspiration to be sure!

Christine said...

Wow, there is some beautiful work there. The beadwork, in particular, is breathtaking

Anonymous said...

what gorgoeus work i love the samplers the lady the applique work oh well its not use i love it all thanks for showing us... gorgeous..

Lucy said...

Love the BEADWORK!!!!

Anonymous said...

That is too neat! I would love to visit a place like that.

Heather said...

I love the beadwork. Looks like there are some very talented people in Cumbria.


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