They had a few dresses from Downton Abbey on display.
Some lovely quilts and embroideries and lace displays, a couple of which are below.
And all sorts of textile crafts and it was nice and roomy so I had time to get close and see what was going on. I bought this book and the cord from the author as making these pots seemed suddenly irresistible, and she was a lovely woman. Also many years ago I did some pottery courses and have some of the results dotted around the house so coiled pots took me right back to that.
There were many kits from many different retailers but one stood out for me as they had stuff that was a little bit different. I hovered over some amazing blackwork stuff for a while but in the end went for these because of the colours and striking design. I have some stitching kits on top of the wardrobe going back 20 years, but still so what.
But my biggest temptation happened yesterday. Naughty Lynne over at http://lilysquilts.blogspot.com/2012/02/its-february.html posted a link to an item that I couldn't pass up. And the service was so good it arrived this afternoon!
What is in the box?
100 fat 1/8th of Oakshott cotton is what!