::Lousy photos ahead... rainy, dreary day makes for great crafting - terrible photographing.::
Thank you all for stopping by here for a visit over these last few weeks, this blog has been painfully neglected and you still stop by to see what's new, that's nice. I really appreciate that. I am not a quick blogger - most posts take me an hour to write. That seems so ridiculous because I'm not a talented writer either, so these marginally witty and largely grammatically incorrect prose that you find here... they've usually been rewritten five times... just to be somewhat presentable. My point of all this is just to say how I'd love to be posting more these days - I have a memory card in my camera full to prove it - I'm just a little short on those one hour or more windows of time, that's all. Maybe nobody has even noticed. But my Mother I'm sure has noticed, my Mother-in-law too. Mothers notice.
What are your plans for Friday? My plans are to stay in my jammies for as long as possible, make my list - check it twice, and then head on over to Etsy and take part in the best kind of shopping - handmade. Absolutely no malls will enter my plans this holiday season. If I can't make it, I'll be looking for all of you to make it for me! I'll be having a (hopefully large, it's looking that way) shop update late Friday morning so please stop by, especially if you have young doll lovers on your list. The photos here are a little sneak peak at some of the things that will be available, I hope you like what I'll be offering. I have gotten completely lost in this latest project idea, doll quilts and pillows (pillows not shown here). There will also be more jewelery, bibs, and possibly a few bags. But these doll quilts... these have kept me happily up at night, digging deep into the fabric stash for just the right combinations. The memory of making these I will hold dear for a very long time. So please stop by on Friday morning, say noonish? Give or take a little.
I wish you all a beautiful holiday. I am so grateful for friends and family near and far, though I will miss the ones that are far.