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Some of my friends took part in creating the Plimoth Jacket. I was a slacker who hasn't finished making the sample piece of lace yet, but I do have the privilege of having said kit. And I'm working on the lace now.

I wanted to take part, but really didn't do any serious effort since I knew I couldn't afford the trip up to Plimoth. But I was excited to hear it was coming to Delaware so I'd at least get to SEE it.

Today I got the e-mail with the information so I thought I'd post about it for those who don't get the Thistle Threads newsletter.

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Looks like I WANT to go on Sunday, March 14.
From the Winethur Calendar of events:
Lecture
The Plimoth Jacket:
A Paradise in Silk and Gold
Sunday, March 14
11:00 am and 2:00 pm

The only problem I see with all of this is I can't find a date when the Exhibit ENDS. So that's not really helpful. I've posted a comment in the Thistle Threads blog and will update this post when I find something out. Got an answer to my question it will be there until early 2012.

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greta_k
Mar. 3rd, 2010 08:41 pm (UTC)
I sent a note directly to Winterthur. We'll see if one of us gets a response.
greta_k
Mar. 3rd, 2010 08:43 pm (UTC)
Just saw your update. Noticed on the Winterthur website that the textile items on display will be rotated regularly, so it may be on display several times, but may be in storage during a particular visit.
fabricdragon
Mar. 3rd, 2010 08:59 pm (UTC)
thanks for the heads up!
rennie_frog
Mar. 3rd, 2010 09:59 pm (UTC)
Seeing it at Plimoth was amazing. I heard about it too late to participate, but I bought a Plimoth membership, so when they had the reveal, I was there. It took my breath away.

Everyone, go see it!
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