Anyway, onto some pictures of recent designs using our threads and frames, I think you'll enjoy it!
This is The North Wind, by Little House Needleworks..it's so snowy and cute! Uses Crescent Colours cotton floss and the frame is The Beatrice in Fleamarket Icing
I love Christmas music. Only a few more days until I can blare it all day long, much to my employee's chagrin. My favorites are Silent Night, Carol of the Bells and O Holy Night. Anyway, onto the design, which is called, surprise, Christmas Carols by Country Cottage Needleworks. It's framed in one of our Louis frames in Fleamarket Icing. I think I'm gonna pull out my Christmas cd's and put them in the changer in my truck, then I can listen whenever I want.
I love this piece, because I love doves and it always makes me think of Peace. The title of this chart by Country Cottage Needleworks is Joy Peace Love. It's framed in a fabulous June frame in Fleamarket Icing.
I'm saving the best for last, don't you know!! Snow White by Little House Needleworks is already kitted up in my stitching basket! The piece is one colour of Belle Soie silk, named Icing. The frame is named after my beauty of a daughter, Meg. The finish is Fleamarket Icing. It's so wintery and frosty. Love it!
And last, but certainly not least, Snowflake Serenade by Country Cottage Needleworks. We framed it with The Merry in Fleamarket Icing. Isn't it the epitome of snowy, frosty, icy and winter? Oh yeah, and Christmas too. I'll be digging out some stuff to kit this up too. Lovely.
Well, that's all I can think of right now, except the Brach's Christmas Nougets on my desk...oh, they are so good and one of my favorite Christmas treats. What's your favorite once a year treat?
Wait, should I have a giveaway? Oh what a fun idea!! Ok, here are the rules, you need to be a follower of my blog, and post to this comment your favorite Christmas candy, the winner will have the choice of one of the frames shown above. I'll draw by random number on Monday, November 22nd at 9:00 am.
Let's see how many extra followers I have by Monday! Wheee! Have fun!
Oh and those following the fate of my dear golden retriever, Finley, he's been to the oncologist and he's had the first of 4 radiation treatments. The vet told us it would keep him more comfortable in the last months of his life, by diminishing the pain. Extra benefits of the radiation is that it might shrink or eliminate the tumor, thus lengthening his life span up to a year. But we'll take what we can now, enjoy him and love him and do what I can for him. When he can't take the pain anymore, then I can't either. But we'll talk about that day later. Right now, he's waiting to see if anyone walks by one the street, so he can bark them up.
Thanks for reading, if you made it this far! Have a wonderful holiday season!