Busy, busy, busy.
The Counted Wishes Festival starts in 2 days. Monday February 1st until Friday February 5th.
I hope everyone is ready to check this Festival out.
It is a retail show of Designers only, which means that you can buy direct from the Designers. Lots of fun planned, so come prepared to really enjoy yourself.
Pine Glen Designs is going to be there with lots of PDF files for you to download direct, with no waiting for delivery, and NO Shipping or handling costs.
Look forward to seeing you there.
Don't know how to get there?????????
Just go back to pineglendesigns.com home page and click on the Counted Wishes ad at the top of the page.
SEE YA THERE.
Friday, January 8, 2010
Ok! now try this again.
Here is Serenity's quilt. Now to wait for her Mom to send a snail mail address so I can mail it to her.
For those who don't know, I generally make a quilt for each new addition to the family. Serenity is the newest member and the fifth Great-grandchild.
Alright, I don't usually make a wallhanging to go with the quilts but these two panels are a matched set, so they have to go together.
Since I no longer do cross-stitching, Lorrie aka Chef-Tiger does the stitching and I just make the quilts,--- and wallhangings.
Thursday, January 7, 2010
Well I hope this will solve the problems. We have been unable to make contact with my blog for some time, so it has been decided to just scrap it and start a new one.
Christmas is over and a new year has started with a bang.
My oldest daughter, Tina, has been offer, and accepted a new job, which is especially good as she was very unhappy with the old one.
My second daughter, Lorrie, aka Chef-Tiger, has stuffed us all with her many wonderful treats ( Now to try to get the weight off again) and as usual is making us all dizzy with all the things she is doing. You can check on her activities at her blog.
My son is making plans to move back to New Brunswick in the summer.
My sister scared us the other day by having a mini stroke. She's doing fine and has come out of it fine.
Mom at 91 years old is still doing fine as she continues to live at her home on her own, just up the hill from me so I can keep an eye on her.
I've started a new quilt for me fourth Great-grandchild, a 2 year old boy named Damien. I'll try to post pictures as it progresses.