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Re: A story! A story!
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- Date: 21 Feb 95 09:12:00 -0500
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>> I'm sitting over on the other side of the room, alone with my
>> embroidery, a warm fire, and rather a large quantity of fine ale.
<Deirdre, walks over to Ianthe, places her sewing basket down and warms her
hands by the fire>
May I join you m'lady? I love stories and songs. What are you stitching
today? << valuable and appreciated info on source of metal embroidery thread
snipped to save space>>
<Deirdre, sits down, pulls out her embroidery and eagerly awaits another
All are welcome! I just hope your tolerance for truly painful puns is
high. So far I've been gifted with a fine song of heroism, and a
Shaggy Mongol story. The virtual ale has hardly been tapped.
As for embroidery, I've finished the strapwork book cover I was
working on (a prize that will be awarded at a storytelling contest to
be held this summer.) I've started a narrow band sampler of Spanish
Stitch and other countwork to try out some of the patterns from my
forthcoming book. Nothing so challenging that my attention is
diverted from the poets, bards, and raconteurs that (I hope) will
wander over to us.
p.s.: Mind the fire. I'd hate to see the end of your magnificent
handwork dirtied by the ashes.