A Visit in Sturbridge
Gathering in Sturbridge has become an annual event, and Hitty Jean couldn’t be happier! What could be better than dear friends, good food, and an abundance of miniatures ?! Well, let us start at the beginning:
Can you see how excited Hitty Jean is? Lunch at Soup to Nuts has become a tradition. Lots of chatter and delicious food. Here is Dallas – she had just returned from a train journey across Canada! (If you look closely, you may be able to see that she is still holding her passport.)
Another tradition is wearing the *Tablecloth Pinnys*. (You may remember them from last year.) Everyone, look at the camera!
There were several Hittys at the show hoping to go home with a new Hitty family. How exciting for them! Hugs were given and goodbyes said as the Hittys went their separate ways:
‘Til Next time…
But wait! There is a P.S.- And a game!
Here is some information about the items in the photos:
The Vegetable Stand, Gazebo and Yarn Store were made by Art to Play With.
The Hitty in the Green dress and Hitty Jean’s new friend were carved by Judy Brown.
The Farmer was made by Judy Mullins.
The needle-pointed chair was made by Roy Bubbenmoyer.
You can find out more about these Artists at Hitty’s Place.
A hug and thank you to the Robertson Hittys for our tablecloth pinnys.
And a game! In “Where’s Waldo” fashion….how many Hittys can you recognize in our group photo?
And now…Hitty Jean is saying, “Goodbye!”
‘Til Next Time…