I stumbled upon an error on two of my new charts, CS151 Stars & Stripes and CS155 Be Happy, Humble & Kind. The error falls on the materials needed list on the backside of the pattern cover. I have listed color #1160 Adobe as a Weeks Dye Works floss, and it is a Gentle Arts floss. The color is correct, it is the fleshy color used for the bodies of the little people. So there are no worries when you go to stitch, the color number/name and symbols on the chart are all correct. It may cause some confusion when you are purchasing your flosses. Weeks does make a floss with the same name, however, it is a red and of course has a different stock number.
A change was also made to Stars & Stripes after it was stitched & charted, and the wrong file was pulled when it got printed. Pattern will show the stars worked in Roasted Marshmallow, this should show them as worked in Harvest Basket.
Sorry about this, as hard as I try, something slipped by me here!
I survived my first needlework market and there is no way to prepare yourself for the craziness that happens upon opening your door. The curtains are shut, however, you can see shadows and hear eager customers outside your door. The doors open and imagine a can of sardines...this is what the room felt like, total craziness...but good craziness! To add to the craziness I ticked the wrong box in the software print option and the printer just started spewing out invoice after invoice...totally flustered and no time to fix! So, I grabbed invoice books and started handwriting invoices...I must have had a premonition that this may happen, as I tossed a couple into my briefcase , when packing. I was able to get this fixed in due time and then things moved a long a bit smoother & quicker.
It was great to meet my customer and each seemed to have a story... the best part! I enjoy hearing about their shop and the way things run for them. Breakfast and social hour allowed time for mingling & visiting with other designers... sharing our stories and passion of needlework, and just "shop-talk" in general.
I took my good camera with good intentions of taking lots and lots of pictures. However, you are pretty much tied to your room for the most part. Sadly, the only photos I snapped are off my phone so they aren't the best...