Thursday, 12 May 2011

Come and Say Hello

The next few weeks are going to be busy as I attend various events, starting tomorrow evening in Letchworth Garden City when I will be one of the ERTF "experts" (stop laughing now!) demonstrating a combination of felting and embroidery at the Letchworth museum.

Then, at the end of this month I have work in the PRISM exhibition at the Mall Galleries, London from 24th - 28th May. I will be there stewarding all day on Tuesday 24th and Saturday 28th.


And finally on 11th June I will be at the Missenden Abbey Open Day with a stall to showcase my work. I know some of you have already had an email from Colouricious telling you all about this.


So if you can manage to get along to any of these events please do come and say hello and tell me you read my blog... because it really does totally freak me out everytime someone I don't know comes and tells me that (I just innocently believe I'm talking to myself half the time!)

10 comments:

  1. Why would I laugh? You are indeed an expert! K x

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  2. We listen/read with baited breath Gina - you'd better believe it! You've got some lovely events lined up none of which are near enough for me to get to but I'm sure you'll meet plenty of fans. Have a great time at all of them.

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  3. Well I think you're pretty good at what you do! I hope it all goes splendidly - I'll be going to see the Prism exhib, but can only get there on the Thursday - otherwise I'd come up and say Boo!

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  4. Who's laughing ? See you at Missenden.

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  5. Sounds as if you have your work cut out for you this summer. You would be surprised at how much you know (and how little some others know)
    Last year i got an email from a gal with an on line vintage clothing shop wanting to know how she could tell if something was hand embroidered!!

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  6. Wow, what a schedule, I feel tired just reading it! Hope it's successful, a lot of lucky people are going to be inspired! x

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  7. What a busy bee, you should pop these on East Anglia Arists on facebook as I am sure other arty people would love to visit them :-)

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  8. Wow Gina, you do have a busy few weeks ahead. Hope you have fun and meet lots of new textiley-minded folk.

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  9. I agree with Julie, sounds busy, cant come and say Hi this year, maybe next if the planning works out.

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