A couple of days before actually meeting blog friend Lisa (An Abundance of Projects and Plans) in Leesburg, my son and I had gone there for lunch and a walk around the historic district.
Imagine my delight (much to my son's dismay) when I saw this.
Now what crafty person could possibly pass up a sign that reads "Fabric & Yarn" ???
Finch Sewing Studio operates from one of the historical homes in Leesburg.
Closing time was in 20 minutes so I could only do a quick walk-through.
I absolutely loved the framed doilies on the wall of the second floor landing.
Upstairs there were two rooms, nicely decorated, filled with yarn and fabric.
A very cozy and inviting atmosphere.
Definitely wish I would have had more time to browse.
But didn't want to delay closing time, so made my way to the counter with my purchases.
Hopefully I won't have any problem unwinding these hanks since they are made of linen.
Going to try my hand at some simple decorative embroidery.
If you are ever in Leesburg, Finch Sewing Studio can be found at the corner of Loudoun Street and Wirt Street.