A chair from Kaffe Fasset's stand, entirely embroidered.
I didn't dare to ask him how many hours he spend on making this chair, he might have had a little helper maybe............
The pullover had lots of quilty details, stunning result, but i cannot imagine to wear this.
Kaffe and Brandon Mably. Brandon is a cool guy, willing to explain, it was nice talking to him.
Their stand was filled with quilts and embroideries, and the look allover was so cosy and country, crowded all the time.
A little pincushion from Barb and Alma.
The next four pictures were from Den Haan en Wagenmakers,Dutch antiques collectors as well as fabric designers, but i suppose that most of you know their story.
A beautiful antique appliqué in the exhibition area from Joe and Mary Koval.
Claude is specialised in antique haberdashery, and has a lovely shop in Dinan, Brittany.
The shop is called FLEUR DE LIN ET BOUTON D'OR, she has a website and her knowledge of the subject is endless!