8 new colorways at 35% off. They are mouthwatering, each designed for the Holiday Season and for your fun stitching.
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Take a stroll down to our gorgeous new November Thread Collection, HERE.
If you could hear me now... I got back from my visit to Israel after flight cancellations and delays, only to get sick and crawl into bed the next day! I'm feeling a bit better today, but still sounding pretty nasty.
How have you guys been?
November's Thread Collection is in it's final stages of preparation! This month I am investigating one color in a multitude of hues and different textures. Purple you say? How about purple in velvet and in a glitzy ribbon? Or maybe you would like to mix it up with a silk overdye and a little cotton Perle? You will get the chance to use 14 different fibers in each bundle. FUN!!
So, I will take the weekend to make sure I am all better and then I will put the final touches on packaging the fibers, (you know what a sucker I am for packaging). After that, November's collection will be there for you to adore!
So glad to be back with you!
I'm here at my parent's home. I arrived on Saturday and spent the first 2 days like a newborn; awake for 2 hours, asleep for 2 hours. When I come here on my own, without Reid or Nina, it is a bit like going back in time. In part I belong, but in part I don't. In part I'm an adult but in part I'm a teenager who has regressed to not making her bed and bringing the dishes as far as the sink.
To prove my point, on the second afternoon my mother and I walked across the street to the mall. We walked into a jewelry store to get my watch band adjusted and my eyes caught a display of studs used for ear piercing. I could feel that 15 year old pushing her way through my body and saying... "I want a second piercing in my right ear!" My mother turned to me and said, "Really? Which earrings would you choose?" That was it! I got permission and I felt the type of excitement that I hadn't felt in 43 years, (can you do the math?). We chose the earring, my ear was marked and in a few seconds I felt the jab. Then my mother paid for the earring and together we walked out of the store.
What a delightful time-machine experience! It's what happens when you go back home.
|Sitting in my mother's kitchen, like old times...|