We had a lovely day out with Nails worth & District Flower Arrangement Society presenting
‘Discovering Diversity’ at Wycliffe College.
We were lucky enough to be invited to attend with our Made in Minch stall accompanying Stafford Cottage.
We have been busy bees preparing our stall, sewing frantically until the wee hours of this morning, making sure we had pretty dresses to display.
We have been scouting for new fabrics, combinations and inspiration, so be sure to drop by here to see what we are doing.
The first part of the morning included a superbly inspiring talk on the Gardens of Japan by Writer Tony Russell , author of Gardens to visit. We had already mentally packed our travelleing wardrobe by the interval!
The cherry Blossoms, gardens and culture look so inviting….
In the afternoon we were treated to a whistlestop demo of 7 beautiful arrangements by National Demonstrator David Ryland.
As Jen only had the iphone, apologies for lack of clarity!
We were intrigued by David’s waistcoat.
it is made entirely from Black bin bags.
Knitting never looked so cool!
The corsage is made from tea bags…very clever!
If you came, we hope you popped over to day HI!
A wonderful day out, interesting, and a GOOD day for Made in Minch – Our 4 in dresses flew off the shelf!
Do you have a favourite flower?
Handmade dreams are Made in Minch