DMC on 28 ct. antique white cashel
Embellished with Mill Hill petites
I’ve also been decorating up a storm around the house, which has been a lot of fun. You can see photos here. Saturday, we went to see the Trains at Northpark, which we do every year. Once again, we had a lovely time! Saturday evening we had both of our families over for eggnog and desserts. I made peanut butter fudge and Swedish Melting Moments cookies. Both turned out to be yummy! Last night I made a start on Eric’s ornament for this year. I’m very late starting it, so I may not finish it in time for Christmas, but I’m going to try. It’s the 3rd Day from Teresa Wentzler’s 12 Days of Christmas. You may remember I am stitching him one a year for each of our married Christmases.
I hope you all have wonderful holidays, and I’ll be back soon!
I am grateful for a joyful season.
Just a quick post to show my latest finish. I didn’t quite get it done in time for Thanksgiving, but it is done in November – which is fantastic! It means I am on target to get the last block and the border stitched in December. Woohoo!
I am grateful for family.
I have so much to show you today! First with the finishes…