Thursday, November 11, 2010

It's the most wonderful time of the year!

The snow is falling and the fire is roaring.  I made some hot chocolate and Breanna bars and spent the day making pillowcases for Christmas for my grandkids.  I used Bliss flannel and Snuggles.  Ohhh so soft and snuggly!  It's not Christmas until I start making gifts for family and friends, and now that it's snowing, it starting to look alot like Christmas.
What a great day! 


  1. The flannel is to die for!!! And your pillowcase stack looks like a good start:)

  2. I'm going to Utah in two weeks and I'm not coming home without some Bliss. :)

  3. We're getting our first snowfall as I type this. I just love the snow!!!

  4. Great idea about the pillowcases. thanks

  5. Wow what wonderful gifts! I hope to follow in your footsteps. Your bliss line of fabric makes me so happy. I did ordered a layer cake off the internet. I live at an Army post in Seoul, Korea. Last week I went to Dongdaemun Market and can you believe they sell yardarge of bliss there. I squeeled like a little girl when I saw it. They also had Sweetwater's I picked up some of both. It is just crazy to me they have it all the way over here. Makes me not miss 'home' so much.

  6. Bonnie,
    That does sound like such a perfectly magical day.
    I have been really excited to get up that way so that I could thank you for the sweet little blanket that you sent us. Then I remembered you have your blog and I can send a quick thanks your way. Seriously we love it. It is a favorite around here.
    You are so talented and one woman that I really look up to. Thanks for being classy, hard working, and beautiful. Thanks again for the sweet gift.
    - sadie

  7. Your blog is new to me and I find it lovely! You live in such a different part of the country than I do. I live in Alabama and we definitely had summer...more 100 degree days than ever before. I was GLAD to see Summer come to an end so it's all in the perspective.
    Do you offer a pillowcase pattern or tutorial? I would love to make some for my 5 grandchildren.
    Gmama Jane


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