Stop in Catonsville

I stopped in Catonsville before I got to Reisterstown.  I needed a needle for class.  I was surprised that I didn’t have every single size and type in existence.  I also bought some yarn.  What can I say?  It’s hot pink and orange.  I’ll post a picture when I get back.  I also went to the fabric shop next door.  They had a lot of Laurel Burch Christmas fabric.  I bought two panels and some yellow.  When I got to the house, I called Doug and had him look for the directions for a wall hanging.  He said he really the fabrics and could I make a bed quilt.  I am not ready for that yet.  I haven’t finished the last one.

It rained all last night and I thought that it was over.  I wanted to get some fabric for new nighties.  I found three and decided to go to Parkville.  When I was about half way there, the skies opened again.  It poured while I was in the store and it was impossible see to drive.  I wanted to go to one more place, but I didn’t.  It wasn’t worth the effort.

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2 Responses to “Stop in Catonsville”

  1. Christine Says:

    Yucky weather sure can spoil a gals fun. It is so windy here the last two days, I don’t want to even stick my big toe outside. I did go yesterday and get my hair cut.

  2. Janice Says:

    That reminded me, I worked for Laurel Burch from ’89 -’91. She was launching a catalog, but it never got off the ground due to other problems in the company. At the time I suggested cross stitch kits to her. She didn’t think her customers were into that. Over the years I lost track of her, heard she was on QVC and then started seeing her notecards, fabric, etc. in catalogs.

    I just looked her up, and had no idea she died last year! Wow. Seems like I would have seen it in the paper since she lived in Marin.

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