Well it has been a slow stitching week here in Nanaland. Coming home from the wedding, I had lots of laundry and chores to attend to so stitching fell to the wayside.
I did complete Plum Pudding by Plum Street Samplers.
I changed the flour canister to blue and white because that is what I have in my kitchen. I am thinking of finishing it so it can be attached to a red metal container I have in my collection. Brenda Gervais designs are of a more prim nature but I am not usually a prim stitcher so I just change things up. I used Cupid for the mouse in the Red Dress in this piece. The green was a Colour and Cotton that I had in my stash. Dont be afraid to change things up to suit your own personality.
I worked on Henry...
These snow men by All Through the Night are so cute. I love this Colour and Cotton fabric. It is a delight to stitch on each time I pull it out of the rotation. I am working on Cranberry Christmas this weekend. I am hoping to finish up the stitching and get it FFO'd before next Saturday.
I took some time to get out a few things for the Christmas holidays. Being older I have to do a bit each day. This is the dresser in my bedroom.
This year I am using what I have in my Christmas decor. I will be moving things around to different locations. I have also decided that I will be stitching the charts I have before ordering more. Of course I can say this because my sweet sisters usually shop from my 123 Stitch Wish List. I think like many of you, I have an overabundance of things and my goal for 2020 is to whittle my possessions down to what I NEED.
I received so many Thanksgiving cards this week...what a sweet reminder of the relationships I have built here in Nanaland. One of the cards included a Give Thanks chart!! I will definitely be stitching that to add to my Thanksgiving smalls. I hope all my stitchy friends have a very joyful and blessed Thanksgiving.