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10/12/2009

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Hi Everyone,
We are back from our show and what a fine show it was! Thank you to all of you who came to give hugs and kisses! Now it's back to the drawing board, creating winter wear for our warm climate. Even if I lived in Antarctica, I'd still wear lace! Some things a girl can't live without like lace and chocolate!! I know Marie Antoinette would agree.
Love, Love, Love, Pearl
"I consider lace to be one of the prettiest imitations ever made of the fantasy of nature; lace always evokes for me those incomparable designs which the branches and leaves of the trees embroider across the sky, and I do not think that any invention of the human spirit could have a more graceful or precise origin."
- CoCo Chanel 1939

10 comments:

Counting Your Blessings said...

I agree - I'd wear lace no matter the climate. In fact, I got out the lace patterned granny boots this weekend. It's freezing here in Illinois!

Loved seeing you again. Glad you had a good show. We were so delighted that we had the chance to be there and that God provided what we needed. It was just icing on the cake that I got to visit you and buy a little something (which I'm wearing all the time, by the way. Your vests are great for cold and hot weather!)

Blessings... Polly

Welcome to Yaya Chique! said...

Hey guys!

Was good seeing you, even though it was for a quick sec in the fields. Didn't make it back to Marburger show, because too busy at the store. Hope it went well...deb

Katcando Jewelry said...

So wonderful to have finally met you both. I love all of my new MP goodies! That Friday at the Marburger show and all the other shows along the roadside made for one of my most memorable days ever! So glad we made the journey from Wisconsin.... and Dave looked so handsome in his Gypsy Johnny shirt. Thank you!!! If you guys ever travel to Wisconsin for a show- you'll have a place to stay. I hope to send you a pick box of my jewelry creations soon. I'll be in touch.

Hugs to you,
Kathy
katcando Jewelry

Pam Aries said...

Great to see you back..love the quote on lace! Next year I am coming to Warrenton...somehow , someway!

sweetpea said...

Hello Robin and John! Always so great to see you both and the booth was beautiful. I must say the collection you brought this time was my all~time fav and I adore all the new pieces I added to my collection.

Hugs,

Shelley

Kim said...

I just wanted to let you know what an inspiration you are to me. I come to your site for inspiration. It causes me to dream like a child, brings happiness to my thoughts and reminds me of my blessings. Somehow it takes me back to my childhood, eventhough I am in Tennessee not in Texas. Thank you for the love you put into your art. kgartstudioonline.com Kim

kelly(simplyworn.etsy) said...

Pearl,
I couldn't agree more.To me holding a piece of vintage lace,
that someone, way back then made with their precious hands...wow, better than diamonds.Have a great day! kelly(simplyworn.etsy)

Raquel English said...

Robin, Hello, I have been a huge fan for a number of years.I have finally found a place locally that sells your stuff. The Cats Meow near Tampa, Fl. I am so excited!!!! My ? is where do you get so much lace? In your book( of course I have it)You talk about connections you have. Or is it from flea markets,etc...I think you are FANTABULOUS....yay for Robin... signed inquisitive Raquel

In My Sepia Studio said...

Love makes the world go 'round, indeed!! Have a beautiful weekend!!
P.s. Living near Tampa, I'm going to have to check out the Cat's Meow!! Can't wait to see your beautiful designs in person!!!

Anonymous said...

You are an inspiration. I too feel the past when I touch anything that comes in my Antique Store Grammas Attic. I love to hold these items with a story and wonder where they have been and who theyve touched. My antique and vintage clothes and lace tell a novel. Just love the items that come have a story.
Lisa
Grammas Attic Antiques & Treasures