It’s been well over a year since my sewing circle last met. Not only did I move out of the city, but it seems the rest of the members also ended up scattered, and coming together once a week became challenging.
That is, for Christmas in July! Wow, where did the time go? It’s amazing to me that we are already at the mid-year point. And yes, that means that starting on Monday, July 1, we will be starting our traditional Christmas in July celebration at Angie’s Bits ‘n Pieces.
Also posted in Sewing/Quilting
I’m popping in quickly today – just checking in and letting you know that hopefully my infrequent appearances in this blog will now be explained!
Many years ago my brothers and I decided to not buy live Christmas trees any more. The only exception in the family was my mother – everybody agreed there HAD TO be a live tree at her house, as this is where we spend Christmas Eve and Christmas Day.
As you know, I am a fan/supporter of Playing for Change. So I was delighted to see their latest video quite appropriate reflects my own Christmas sentiments. From my corner of the world, here is a little holiday greeting!
I am so terribly tempted to pat myself on the back and praise myself for being oh, so very brilliant sometimes. But I can’t take the credit here, because it belongs to all you wonderful friends who accepted the invitation to join in and share so generously!
I am a BIG Jacquie Lawson fan. And I know some of you are, too. If not… you just might enjoy visiting her website and checking out her e-cards and other goodies.
I came across a little project that combines itty bitty scraps with Christmas! And it involves two favorites of mine… circles and trees!
Also posted in Scrap busting
Boy, this has been a busy week, getting files prepared for posting and images all in order. As a reward (that’s how I see it), my *baby* brother is in town for a visit. Which was one of the reasons why I wanted all my patterns for this month finished and ready to go, so […]
Also posted in Designing/EQ
Two weeks sure fly by quickly. Alexia and Julian are leaving tomorrow – their visit certainly went by with a blink of an eye.