Hi Blog Friends!
Sorry it’s been awhile since I’ve posted, but I really have been very busy trying to get a stock of winter items made. Time just keeps flying by and before we know it Christmas will be here.
With all the rain we’ve had I have also had to cut our grass twice a week for the last 5 weeks. Now that might not sound like a big deal, but it takes almost 3 hours out of the day to do, not that I mind, but it does cut into the crafting time.
I have been visiting my blog friends, and for some reason like a lot of you, I am having a hard time leaving comments on blogs. grrrrr. I have tried all the suggestions I’ve read but all I get is frustrated. So please know I am at least visiting.
Last Thursday, three of my friends from Maryland, Vickie, Cindy and Patsy, came to visit and we spend time going to some of the shops in my area. We went to the Woodstock Café and had the most delicious lunch. Vickie new the owner of the café, actually she and Patsy new him and reminisced about old school days. They were so thrilled to see each other. Well lunch was on the house and we even got the presidential tour of the café. I so enjoyed the day and seeing old friends. Thank you Cindy, Vickie and Patsy for a beautiful day!
Well I said I’ve been busy and truly I have been. The following are pics of crafts I’ve completed so far, but I have piles of items yet to finish.
Inspired from the internet.
Turkey dinner, anyone?
Santa door dolls, Tennessee Ridge Primitives pattern.
Love these stockings! I used some of the chocolate burlap Linda from Parkers Paradise traded me awhile back and they turned out so perfectly prim.
Candy Cane Annie ~ pattern by The Olde Country Cupboard.
Snowman and gingerbreads also from a pattern by The Olde Country Cupboard.
These snowmen are from a patterns by Tennessee Ridge Primitives also.
Over the weekend I had the urge to do a stitchery, so I found this free pattern from the internet and stitched it up on aged cloth. I want to turn it into a pillow tuck. I love how it turned out. I have a blue fabric to use for the back and think it will set the stitchery off.
Well, I gotta get back to sewing and truly appreciate you stopping by to see what I’ve been up to lately.
Wishing you all a wonder Autumn week filled with pleasant things!