I am sure you have all heard the phrase before, Count Your Blessings. We truly are very blessed and sometimes we don't think of all the blessings we have. I am a firm believer that 'you get what you give'. When we do something for someone else, more blessings come our way. I am so very fortunate to have wonderful family and friends. They truly have my back no matter what. I spent Friday with 3 good friends and the belly hurting laughter, makes one happy to be alive. Another friend is taking time, to stop into visit me on her way by to her daughters in Shediac today. I am truly blessed. The continued support from my new and repeat customers, truly humbles me each time I get contacted for an order. I don't take it for granted.
I woke to the above sunrise this week, it was so beautiful.
I am working on my Russian Alphabet rug. Slowly between knitting a baby afghan.
This will be my last post until after Christmas, I send you all heart felt blessings for this very special time of year.
In the mail this week; Pauline Vertraten finished her Blueberry Fields rug, course by Dwight Gallagher. It is beautiful.
Shelley Myers finished her two table runners she made for her home. They are beautiful. Wool fabric and yarns supplied by Della's Rug Hooking.
Here they are in their allocated spots, one for her coffee table one for her island.
Carol Anne Cowan shared her lovely rug with me she hooked for her daughter. Pattern by Carol Anne. The frame I think makes it! Carol Anne said it is a lobster trap hoop.
Janice Boiduk finished her huge rug that measures 4' x 5', pattern inspired by H. Rousseau painting. Most of the wool supplied by Della's Rug Hooking. Beauty of a rug Janice.
Margie Anderson finished up her wonderful rug she made into a pillow. Pattern by Encompassing Designs. Most of the wool fabric was supplied by Della's Rug Hooking. Sweet rug Margie!
Mary Hann is busy working on her Troll rug, pattern by her daughter. A lot of the wool was supplied by Della's Rug Hooking. It is coming along nicely Mary!
My wish for you is to have a safe and happy holidays. Enjoy each moment and don't take them for granted. See you in 2022!