Jingle Bell posts

Always remember to fall asleep with a dream and

wake up with a purpose. -unknown

Well it is apparent that my post last month was  derailed. I seem to find myself in family and other obligations getting derailed on a regular basis. The truth is my husband and I have both had some medical issues which are fine now but we both got knocked down in July and are finally get are wings straped on again. We have also had grandchildren here and I was with them for a week in Savannah, during the time of my planned last post. My grandson had some minor eye duct surgery and then about a week or so later they were evacutated from Savannah because of hurricane Matthew. Holey Cow it has been super crazy around here. 3 babies under two years old is a hurricane in itself…OF THE BEST KIND I MIGHT ADD!  All of this brings me to my blog and getting the time at the computer to write.

I looked at the site traffic and made a decision to ask you if you are interested in the 25th of the month tutorials and topic..Handwork and other projects  related to Christmas. Send me a comment either on this blog or via email through my website and I will let you know if I see enough interest to continue on. I have tons of other stuff I want to share in my quilty life and and beyond.

Let me know how you feel…Your comments are most beneficial. I will check and get back to you ASAP..Here is a project I am still working on..lots to say about this!

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Oh the wool. How I love thee!

Comments

  1. 1

    I so look forward to your posts. It’s entertaining to hear about your adventures with the grandbabies. I need tutorials on hand stitching. My back stitch looks like barbed wire. Miss you!

  2. 2

    Yes, please !! I would love for you to do the 25th of the month projects!!

  3. 3

    I DO LOOK FORWARD TO HAVING CHRISTMAS PROJECTS ON THE 25TH OF THE MONTH. ESPECIALLY LITTEL WOOL PROJECTS. I DO LOVE WOOL. HAVE LOTS OF WOOL THAT I WILL USE. I ALSO WOULD LIKE TO SEE REDWORK HAND EMBROIDERY PATTERNS, WHICH I DO WEEKLY. I LOVE ALL YOUR EMAIL FROM YOUR BLOG AND WEBSITE. LOVELY PROJECTS WHICH I DO. HUGS, REBECCA MIODONSKI

  4. 4

    I enjoy learning something new from your book each month. Hang in there and keep it going!

  5. 5

    You can never have enough Christmas! Would welcome posts, but only if you can fit them in between those adorable grandchildren.

  6. 6

    i love your post and who doesn’t have enough christmas projects

  7. 7

    Your blogging may be sporadic but I always enjoy them when they post. Tutorials and Christmas projects are always welcomed! Glad the family survived Hurricane Matthew.

  8. 8

    Pat, I’m glad you are feeling better…..I look forward to your posts on these Christmas projects….I learned so much studying the materials you shared on embroidery (the long e-mail!)…..I hope you can continue even if sporadically…but agree with Cathy that only if you can fit them into your life comfortably…..

  9. 9

    Grandbabies win hands down so no need to fret there! Christmas projects almost done for this year’s giving, but I work on them year round, so bring them on :-). Thanks for asking.

  10. 10

    YES! Thanks

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