Our 2014 Visit to Pendle Hill
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Our Souvenir Hittys

Mine on the right, Sara's on the left.

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The shawl weaving class from Happy was so much fun!









I have been making them since I got home, it's at 9 done so far, and one on the loom.
Addictive!


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I learned to make screens, which could also be made in a larger size for photo ops!






They could be made from scrap booking paper or a fat quarter.


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Mrs. Plum got a new corset from Celia's corset class.


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These sewing accessories are so tiny and were so much fun to make.
They look big here, but let me say--if you dropped the pincushion,
you ran the risk of ever seeing it again!


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Fung taught us how to make this darling darling dolly!


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Every Hitty needs a reticule, and this one was so easy to make.


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Mrs. Plum took the girls on an outing for fresh air.







The weather was perfect, and the grounds so beautifully kept.

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Photo op in the dress shop!









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My hat class went great--many talented milliners!
































 







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Just a small taste of Pendle Hill's gorgeous tucked away spots

A bird house in the pond area.



This log end was actually about 4 feet high!





Not sure what these are, but so pretty.


The fountain.



Sara, seated on a bench made from one huge stump.