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Living Vintage Lavender & Lemon Tea Party

       If any of you can remember the thrill of getting your new Easter Bonnet... well, I guess that makes you 'living vintage' too, because I sure can!   For many years Dragonfly Dreaming has been part of the South Cowichan Hospital Auxiliary's annual Lavender & Lemon Tea fund raiser. This year, I suggested that (being as we're all pretty much bona fide 'vintage') we should extend the invite to our younger neighbours who are such great fans of all things vintage!  It's a wonderful chance to have some 'girl time' - over a lovely set tea (and NOT at Empress prices!) - $7.00 has to be the best deal around! So bring your Mum, bring your BFF, bring your granddaughter -...

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Christmas is Coming! Cobble Hill!

2016 is drawing to a close with our annual Dragonfly's @ Home! A lovely stress-free chance to stop by for a visit, enjoy some mulled cider and a browse through all our beautiful useful things!  We'll be joined this year again by the charming Ms. Stones (aka my Mum) who makes stunning jewellery ~  Leave the crowds behind and come join us!  When: Friday through Sunday, December 9 - 10 - 11th from 11am - 3 pm or by appointment  3616 Garland Avenue, Cobble Hill Village in south Cowichan (35 minutes drive from downtown Victoria, 12 minutes from Duncan)  call 250-743-8036 for more info 

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Cowichan Fleece and Fibre Festival is up next!

October 15th - Saturday - from 10 - 4 Always a favourite in our year, our local hall is abuzz with wonderful handcrafted gorgeosity.... a treasure trove of rovings, a rainbow of vibrance... how can I put this? okay, it's like Aladdin's Cave! Just be sure to save the day and come on down to Cobble Hill - whether you knit or knot... and of course Dragonfly will be there with all the things poor suffering textile folks need to keep them spinning merrily away!  http://www.cowichanfleeceandfibrefestival.com Saturday October 15th 2016 10 am - 4 pm Cobble Hill Community Hall & Fair Grounds ​​​​​​​​​​Join us for a glorious gathering of all things   fibre: hand-dyed yarn,  hand-spun yarn, rovings, woven goods, fleece, knitted...

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