So, feast your eyes on the new things from With Thy Needle and Thread. All these will be coming to live at my house and hopefully will find themselves gracing my holiday home soon....
This pillow is so pepperminty sweet!
I can see stitching the santa with the snowman over one for a sweet bowl filler.
So many ideas!
And Pineberry Lane and Lori from NotForgotten Farm have posted sneek peeky at their offerings for the Country Sampler's Prim Girls Club. They are wonderful as well. Go check them out.
So this week wasn't a great week for me health wise, I was bone tired again even with sleeping 7-8 hours a night. On Monday, I stayed up late to watch the Steeler's game (into the 3rd quarter) and that set me back most of the week. Even with going to bed before 9 and sleeping until 5 each day after my late Monday night, I'm still dragged out with no energy to spare. I had bloodwork done on Friday and I'm thinking I need my meds to be adjusted unless there's another problem causing this extreme fatigue.
I stitched a little more on Merry Christmas (Prairie Schooler) I'm filling in the white at the bottom and can take it back to Michaels to have them put it in the frame. I worked on True Virtue but I'm bogged down with the four sides stitch (does anyone have any hints on how to stitch letters using this stitch?) and I stitched more border on I Sigh Not for Beauty. I am debating on changing the verse to a favorite scripture.
I have finishing work I could do too, ornaments and some pumpkins. Enough to keep me plenty busy.
Well, I have to go to the grocery store, I'm hoping there's bread, milk and water available. Seems like everyone is gearing up for Frankenstorm. We are to get 3 days of heavy wind and rain starting Sunday. Maybe snow too because there's a cold front coming from the north that's supposed to stall right over us. I've heard on the news some areas in Northwestern PA are to get up to 2 feet of snow from this system. So, for all you in the path of this storm, I'm praying that the damage is minimal and the storm heads out to sea instead of making landfall. Stay safe and stitching!