And then for the icing on the cake, I received a scam letter today purporting to be an official request for me to report the minutes of Needle Nicely's annual corporation meeting. Say what? I was to fill in the blanks and send the form with $125.00 to a named non-governmental entity who would prepare my report. It took me 2 reads to realize that it was a wonderful way to make money. Where do these people come from? And how many businesses have fallen for the scam? And I will be calling someone Monday to report this.
On a happier note, here are several of the new canvases received at Needle Nicely this week.
of San Francisco--is it Telegraph Hill? Anyway, the large areas of color just cry out for pattern stitches.
And I'll end with a photograph of some of the Pische Pockets. I have a great selection of these kits in stock but can't photograph them because of the reflections off the plastic of the packaging. I also have a selection of these tote bags without kits so you can carry them "bare" or select your own canvas to apply for a pocket.
The suspense is killing me to discover what canvases will arrive next week. May I repeat that I requested shipment on February 1? I have also ordered items that I gleaned from everyone's TNNA market blogs. I called one designer who knew I hadn't been at market and when I ordered a brand-new design, exclaimed "But that isn't up on my website yet, how did you find it?" The shadow knows.