I am grateful….

Today I spent some time looking through all my photos on flickr.  It helped me feel better.

pumpkin pie

Today I also went swimming.  And it was the best I have ever done swimming.  It helped me feel better too.

(The reveal for the Shade Garden project will have to be another day – sorry it’s not done yet.)

Here is Haley’s Christmas Dress last year.  I used a Pink Fig pattern, the Lily Top,  and super cute vintage inspired fabric.  The boys didn’t get Christmas outfits last year.  See – their life is improving.   😉     

Christma Dress

You still have time to make all sorts of things for Christmas. I’m not feeling up to pestering you about it though. So I’ll just say that all the Holiday prints are on sale. All are under $6/yard.

And there are other prints that would make awesome Christmas items without being too Christmasy – if that makes any sense! Like the Whimsy line from Michael Miller. Okay, that’s all I’m saying for now about Christmas.   🙂    Oh wait – did you see the Figgy Pudding outfits for this year?  That fabric is awsome!  Okay, really….I’ll stop talking now about Christmas.


Oh and the Apple line from Timeless Treasures is all back in stock! It’s retro goodness would make for some dang cute Thanksgiving things – like napkins and aprons. Oh – I’m seeing a project in my near future.

Only a couple days left of the shipping deal.  Don’t miss out!

PS. Sorry that I’ve been in a funk. I’m trying not to let life get me down. Sometimes it just takes a bit more work.




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4 Responses to “I am grateful….”

  1. 1 jennsquared November 6, 2009 at 8:45 am

    Hopefully you get out of your funk soon! 🙂

  2. 2 Melanie November 6, 2009 at 5:22 pm

    my husband said I can’t be so depressing on here. LOL I’m doing alright, really!

  3. 3 italytrip2010 November 6, 2009 at 7:42 pm

    You can talk about Christmas all you want. I’m already excited about it (which is quite unusual for me). I think I’m using it as an escape from reality – dreaming about Christmas decorations and fabric and projects is so much better than WORK (dirty 4-letter word). All that Christmas planning and sewing is sure to get you out of that awful funk! So… dream away… and post as much as you can about it! ☺

  4. 4 Kristine November 7, 2009 at 1:22 pm

    I hope you feel better soon, too! You should talk about your funk all you want; sometimes venting can do a world of good. Love your blog and your fabric site, by the way. And you have three adorable children, too. I absolutely love the Christmas outfits you made them out of the Figgy Pudding fabric. I’m about to try to make a quilt out of those same fabrics. I’ve only made table runners up to this point, so we’ll have to see how the quilt turns out. Could be interesting!

    Take care of yourself! See if you can get some time out with good friends or to do something you want to do for yourself. I sometimes struggle through a good funk myself, and these are the things that work for me.

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