Friday, January 31, 2014

Early Work Mercantile Update

Happy New Year to you! Yes, I'm a little late with my greetings, but January has been very busy. We have a big MLK Day celebration at the church and now are in the midst of our Souper Bowl drive. It seems like I just put the Christmas decorations away and here it is time to start making Valentine's Day plans. Here in Kansas City the sleet is falling and we may be stranded at home all day tomorrow but I will look forward to spending time working on some of my backlog of projects and catching up on my reading. How do you spend your time at home when you're snowbound?


6 comments:

moosecraft said...

Happy New Year to you too! snowbound days are usually spent clearing the snow from the driveway and sidewalk... then a cup of hot chocolate (with marshmallows)... followed by some stitching!

Raymond Homestead said...

Love this little penny mat! When I'm snowbound, I would work on a project if I had one going or here lately, I've been playing a lot of the Candy Crush Saga game. I know, sad isn't it?!

Christine said...

Beautiful stitching and finish, Roberta!
I really love the heart in your header pic also. Can I ask where the patterns for both pieces are from?
Enjoy your weekend!
Christine

Raggedy Creations said...

Hi Roberta. I love to cook and bake when its snowing outside. Ohter times I enjoy my stitching too.

Good to hear from you again.

Felicia

Me and My Stitches said...

Love your table mat! Hope the sleet stopped - that is never a good thing. We had several inches of snow yesterday, so today, I stay inside and snow and the hubby is on a roll making loads of snacks for the Superbowl.

sunny said...

I'm sorry I missed this earlier. I LOVE your snow project - is it wool?