Lots of beautiful linens
Pincushion stand from Olde Colonial
Lots of new charts, many with floss packs to go with them
a new oval hoop and some cute stitch starters in various sizes
adorable stitcher's companion and project pack
a wool applique project
Gazelle frame with Love is Patient project by Victoria Sampler, that I won at the secret auction to raise money for the fight against breast cancer.
I also took one class by Barbara Jackson called Williamsburg Tray. I'll be adding this to my WIPocalypse list. Which reminds me ... I was lucky enough to meet Melissa, the hostess of our 2012 WIPocalypse. She was working on the most amazing orange overdyed fabric. I can't wait to see her finished project.
When I look back at all these pictures I'm a little embarrassed at my greediness, but I only lose control like this once a year, so I'll probably get over it before next year's event.
After 3 days of stitching with my friends I certainly got my stitching mojo back. I've wanted to do nothing but stitch since I got home. But I already miss stitching with them, and hope we can all get together again very soon.