Boy has winter finally hit or what? We are finally having some cold weather. I know I know it's still not what a lot of you are experiencing but still a nice change for here. The low last night was 29F and we are under a Winter Storm Warning at 4am. The snow level is going to be down to 2000 feet which means I will get to see some of the white stuff and may even get enough for a snowball but probably not enough for a snowman unless he is little tiny.
Sue Hillis Design from JCS Ornament Premier Issue
Stitched on 28 count Hand dyed Linen with
WDW Blue Bonnet
Another new start (got to keep up my title you know). The model is stitched on white with red but I decided to change it to suit my tastes. I love blue and silver decorations for Christmas and I'll trim this with silver. I think it's going to be a little large for a ornament so will probably be a flatfold or maybe a small wall hanging.
This is the little snowman I had in yesterday's blog entry. I had found the little frame with the silver corners at Wal Mart some time ago for only $1 and it is just the perfect size for the snowman and the silver really bring out the sparkle in the fabric. It was the perfect fit I think.
With all the talk of Holiday baking I got out my trusted cook book and found a recipe for Pumpkin Bread. This is the result of my morning baking. It turned out really yummy and the apartment smelled so good while it was in the oven. I probably won't do much baking this year. Don't want to tempt Tracy while he is still trying to get his weight down and blood sugar under control.
Going to head for bed as my pillow is calling my name and Tracy is going to call if it's starts to snow so I won't miss it. I'm so crazy that if it does happen I'll probably get up, dressed and go for a walk in it.
Until next time.....Have a great week of Happy Stitching