Wednesday, November 21, 2018

Happy Thanksgiving!

Last week I got busy and didn't write a post and this week it's going to be a very quick one and a day early. Later today we have family arriving for Thanksgiving, so we will have a house full for the next few days.

Last weekend was the Arts and Craft Show here in town and I participated for the first time since we moved here and did quite well. This is how my space looked before opening on Friday.

It felt good to bring home much less than I took. I of course had to pick up a couple of things from other vendors, my favorite local potters were there so I have two new mugs. My hubby has already claimed one as his.

2018 Weekly Leaf
 week #46



Week #47




2018 Daily Stitching #3  days 51-63




Thats it for the past 2 weeks! Tomorrow morning we get up bright and early and all of us except my hubby will do a 5k Turkey Trot, it will be our 6th year of doing it together.

I'll be linking up with "Off the Wall Friday" and "Slow Sunday Stitching"

18 comments:

  1. As always I am in awe of your amazing talent. I love your leave prints and needlework.
    Pretty display, too:)

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  2. I was worried about you when you didn't post last week. Glad that it was just busyness that kept you away and not illness. Your display looks super and I'm glad that you sold a lot.
    Happy Thanksgiving!

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  3. Congrats on doing well at the sale!

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  4. Love your leaves and your stitching! Congrats on your sales!

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  5. I love your leaves!
    Found your blog through Slow Sunday Stitching.
    Hope you've had good days with your family.

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  6. What a beautiful booth you created! Congratulations!
    Enjoy your turkey trot and your hand stitching :)

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  7. The stitches around your leaf are so simple but so effective in framing the leaf. I am in awe of all those French knots!

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  8. I am curious about what you will/are doing with your leaves. They are so pretty and so varied.

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    1. Thanks, each one is being mounted on a 9" x 12" mat board so that they are ready to frame. I've sold a few of them already.

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