Friday, December 31, 2010

A Special Day!

Yesterday, I was honored to meet Barbara, my mystery visitor!
She made me this darling salt cellar pincushion as a thank you for my SAL.
She had a feeling I would like something so small!
I also got to see her quilt in person and it is lovely.  She plans to hand quilt it.
She frequents Scottsdale during her time off from teaching 4th Grade, so I hope we will see each other again. 
My kit for the Mistletoe project arrived from Debbie of Wooden Spool Designs.
A special thank you to her and I encourage you to visit her here.
If all this was not enough, we also had a snow storm here in the desert!
You will have to look closely to see it on Daphne's fur and flurrying in the air around them!
I know that you all experiencing real snow are laughing right now, but it was a treat for us.
Daphne, however, did not enjoy it as much as we did!
Happy New Year everyone!
Wishes for health and prosperity; but most of all, finishing all those UFOs and WIPS!

5 comments:

  1. Hi Daphne! You look like don't know what to do with the hail? Limo was the same way. Happy New Year to you and your family!!

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  2. We would be just as excited if we had the amount of snow you received. A few years ago we actually received 3" of snow and it shut down the entire city until noon - lol!
    Your little pincushion is adorable. I look forward to seeing your completed mistletoe. After seeing yours and other wool creations I just ordered a kit today (like I need another project).
    Happy New Year to you and your family!!

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  3. Happy New Year and enjoy that lovely little pin cushion from a new friend.

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  4. Happy New Year Cheryl! I look forward to catching up on my blog reading!

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  5. The pin cushion is adorable!!
    Happy new year!

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