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Oh ***heavey sigh*** I live in the U.K. and I just can't easily do these things in the US. I wish you could come on over to this side of the pond. :)

Tina in McLeansville

i adore that first photo...the workshops sound wonderful for some lucky lucky folk....note to self: purchase lottery ticket(s)... :) hugs to you....xo


I immediately phoned my most delicious-est friend in the US and said 'LOOK!' and 'IT SEEMED SO LIKE YOU!' Thank you for posting news of this xoxo


oh I am with Kim (1st reply), I wish I lived close enough for this retreat... one day she says wistfully! I am sure everyone will have a fun time.


The Red Thread Retreat looks like such a wonderful time for the lucky ones who go! I'd love to be there - if only.
And I love the wrapped bracelets/necklaces workshop that you'll be teaching at Valley Ridge - your pieces are so lovely!
Thanks for sharing this.

xo dusan


I wish, I wish - but I have been lucky enough to sign up for your Fit For A King workshop at Art & Soul in Portland. I am so excited to have teh chance to take a class from you - your art is so inspiring!


oooohhhh. layering luv.


I'm so glad to see so many fabulous teaching opportunities are coming your way Nina! I'm off to check out the Red Thread website...if I can't join in this year, I hope the retreat will take place again next year =-)

Kathleen Hayslett

I'm so excited I will be one of your students at Valley Ridge!


Lucky me will be attending the Red Thread Retreat and getting to meet you Nina and learn from you!! I wish I could come to Valley Ridge, but Red Thread will have to do me for now!

Lori Burek

Oh ugh! I guess there was special register - it's only Tues and it's all full :(

Mystic Blue Creations

I wish! Maybe next year. It sure does sound divine though. Your work is so beautiful.


I wish I could go to either or both Nina. But unfortunately they fall right smack during class time for me. I don't know if I told you but last spring I went back to college. Haven't taken any fun artsy classes since and I'm missing having an art fix in the worst way. Nobody seems to hold classes during the summer which is a real bummer because that's when I have time off. :-(

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