Sunday, 14 February 2010

Work in Progress and a Visit to the Dairy

Hello lovely bloggers, I hope you have all had a wonderful Valentines day. Mr Darling made a wonderful roast dinner tonight..much better than I could do so I feel thoroughly spoilt! I thought I'd share with you a few pieces I'm working on at the moment for the upcoming Flea at Shepton Mallet and for 'Poot' in Frome although I'm having the same old problem about parting with them...especially the grey one! We visited Sue this morning at The Dairy House where I found a super embroidered picture (thanks to Liz) I've tried to capture the colours as they are wonderful but I don't think my photos really do it justice. I'm not sure where I'm going to put it but I'm sure I'll find a place for it. I'm so relieved its half term here as things are very busy at the moment getting more work made and trying (unsuccessfully!)to write a press release for the upcoming 'Vintage Bazaar' but we found time to get to the Assembly rooms fashion fair where I picked up some stunning vintage flowers (can you spot the ladybird hiding there?) so they will be coming to a cloche near you soon...probably..maybe..if I can part with them...oh dear you see my problem?


  1. Hi Clare

    Left a comment but lost it before I managed to click on post! Lovely to see you, too, and so nice to be able to have that gossipy catch-up!!!

    Sue xx

  2. Gorgeous post Clare - you are so talented!
    Love Wend

  3. Gorgeous hats, Clare and can't wait to see how you use those vintage treasures...
    Hen x

  4. Glad the picture has found a home.. better get over to the DH and fill the spaces! Liz x

  5. Lovely hats Clare - I love the first one with the berries.


  6. those are wonderful...and I love that people like you keep hats in fashion....!!!!


  7. gorgeous hats, love the berries one too!
    need to go to dh, not been for ages, it is really good., hope to see you soon, maxine

  8. Hi Clare

    You'll be fine on Sunday!! I'm sure you'll get a chance to whizz round before the crowds come in.

    Sue x