Saturday, January 4, 2020

Happy New Year

Hello my friends,
Hope you are all well and finding peace with the new year. I’m a little sad today as we take down our Christmas decorations, I have really enjoyed them this year. Well I’m hoping this year will bring peace and a lot of crafting time. So far neither has happen as I have been busy for the last 3 days.. but it is still early in the year so I have faith it will come.

I have had 2 finishes so far one is the square in my Six Fat snowmen and I only have 1 more to go..and I have another Prairie Schooler Santa done which is 2010 Santa that will make a total of  7 Santa’s stitch so far..

And these are my 2 New Year’s Day starts LW Mofit Sampler which I’m enjoying so far I’m stitching it on 36 platinum Edinburg linen using called for colors.
And the second is is word play by Brenda Gervais and I’m stitching that on 36 ct Vintage country mocha Edinburg linen. And I think I’m going to change a color or 2 in that..

And I have also updated my Etsy shop and I’m hoping to add more bags in the near shop you can find it at
And I have started reading again and I am really enjoying reading again.
And I’m listening to this one and I’m loving this one to..
Well my friends that is all for now. Hope you all have a fabulous weekend till next time.
Keep a smile on your face and the needles moving..


butterfly said...

Love your post ,
Lovely stitching and new starts.
Like you I have been to busy and just want to stitch but time is short hoping after this week I can find more time.
Happy New Year.

Robin in Virginia said...

Wishing you a very happy and crafty New Year, Devon! Love your finishes! What pretty new starts! Off to check out your Etsy shop!

woolwoman said...

Hi Devon - I hope you have a very successful year with your Etsy shop - I know that is a goal of yours. Always enjoy a new blog post from you, see you soon my friend - Mel

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