Wednesday, March 6, 2019


My first teaching class for PUNCH NEEDLE was a huge success.
We had lots of laughs and soooo many different conversations going - most at the same time 😊 but for some strange reason we all knew what was going on...could it be we are 'women' and can multi-task...I think so!!!

There were 10 ladies in a range of ages and we all got along so good.
I think they learned something and in 4 weeks will return for the second part of the lesson and hopefully they will have a good start on their project.

I had a baked potato bar set up for lunch along with cookies and a fruit cup. We ate well and then got back to work.  Next class everyone is going to bring something for a potluck lunch - this sounds exciting wondering what we'll be eating!!

Just a few pictures of the day - unfortunately we didn't get a group picture like I wanted - I couldn't get everyone together long enough to stand still...they were touring the house and chatting lol

I'm still making Penny Flowers
You can email me if interested
There are 8 per pk. for $16

The eggs you can find on my website under the
Primitive Needs category

Thanks for stopping by today!


  1. Hi,Karen...Looks like great fun! Such beautiful surroundings to create in...and such great company!

  2. HI Karen, What is shipping on those cute flowers... Thanks. Coke

    1. Hi Coke - if you could email me I can tell you the information.

  3. Sounds and looks like a fun day Karen. I would have taken the class just to see your beautiful home and treasures LOL.... ~Robin~

  4. Oh this looks like it was fun!! Thanks for sharing.

  5. Looks like they had a wonderful time. iz myself am drooling at your wonderful crocks above the windows. ;-) Janice

  6. I strongly suspected your class would go well, and I’m so glad to hear it did 😊. Love the idea of penny flowers—so pretty with the flowers. I’m on pins and needles as I wait for the first day of spring. I’ve made some gorgeous orange and yellow tulip wreathes thanks to a Real Housewives of Cross Stitch FlossTube tutorial. They go up on the 21st and the winter/Christmas wreathes come down. Huzzah! Judy


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