Michele uses 48" fringe as a scarf to stay warm in the AC while sewing.
Walk the Red Carpet Event, taught by Christopher Nejman was a enjoyed by all June 26-27 at the Springfield Marriott. He teaches many techniques, supported by a couple of trunks full of dazzling samples. Christopher has a great sense of humor and makes the time go by very quickly interspersing music and dancing. Judie, Owner of Attic Treasures, a Baby Lock Dealer and her Staff provided a great event, there were smiles everywhere. The staff always at the ready to lend a hand or encouraging nod. The lunch each day was very tasty Thanks to all the work behind the scenes done by Joe. After Sunday lunch we were treated to an amazing Trunk Show by Sue Obremski, a Licensed Instructor for Martha Pullen. She only teased us with a portion of her drop jaw beautiful creations. She showcased a diverse collection of beautiful things to wear for every season. Following this act was hard very hard! Christopher allowed time on Sunday for a trunk show and demo using My Own Fringemaker - the ladies loved it. After which he managed to get everyone up and dancing creating the Fringe Dance – which might be posted on You Tube. “This was too funny – a sight to behold, oh NO”! Judie, this was a great event thanks for inviting us with My Own Fringemaker to participate. Hey, sewers and quilters when in the Virginia area (just outside D.C.) stop in Attic Treasures to meet Judie and her staff and check out sewn samples on display.
Michele, a participant, enjoyed the extra long Fringe as a mini shawl – just enough when wearing to take the chill off while working/sitting in AC all day. Very nice, you look like a savvy Fashion Model.
Here’s a special shout out to Gwen and Ann who very enthusiastic fans of My Own Fringemaker – - – you’re terrific!
Thanks to each of you for your friendship, purchases, hints, laughter, and encouragement to go forward! Fringe on~