Yesterday it rained all day. Had it been a few degrees colder, we would have been butt-deep in snow. Well, the temperature dropped overnight and we woke up to a new winter wonderland. I must admit it was a beautiful snow, but enough already.
I have several belated thank yous. I am embarrassed it has taken me so long to show you these wonderful treasures. Fellow bloggers are THE BEST.
After showing my small collection of salt glazed Santas over the holidays, Tiff from Folded Gingham sent me these. She says she no longer displays them and thought I might like them. Like them? I love them! They are all from Salmon Falls Stoneware. Aren't they just wonderful?
Dear Saundra from Woodland Junction gifted me with this Hearts and Swags pattern, an antique adaptation, which I've finally gotten transferred to linen. I will start it this week at the Sauder Village hook-in. It's been way too long since a rug has been on my frame. And speaking of Saundra, if you haven't seen her post today, there is a free pattern that the Woolwrights Hooking Guild has offered for a Chicken Challenge. Who doesn't love a free pattern?
Last, but certainly not least, is this BEAUTIFUL wall pocket I received from dear friend Melinda of Merry Wind Farm. Her stitching is perfection along with her sewing skills. Though the top looks like tapestry fabric, it is also cross stitched. I am truly blessed to call her friend and I have had the good fortune of meeting her twice.
I currently have it displayed on my favorite hanging cupboard.
Thank you so much for stopping by.
Pug hugs :)