Monday, August 17, 2015

A Lovely Monday Surprise!

I knew Mandela Flowers was coming from Marlene at Poppy Patchwork but did not expect all the other lovely things.  A wonderful magazine, needles for Jackster, treats for Sylvia too!  The magazine came with a lovely needle keeper. I already found a project I want to do in the magazine.  And let me tell you about her needle workmanship!  Oh it is lovely in pictures but in person each tiny stitch is beautiful!  Thanks again from the bottom of my heart!
I have a finish also!  Got my poncho done tonight and I like the way it came out.  I still have an afghan I am working on and will share that with you next time.
And I am still going along on my Rosewood Manor piece as well.

Oh my but we had a lovely sunset here tonight.  It is cooler than normal today and only in the seventies with rain later this week.  Do you see the crescent moon?

Almost every morning Jack tries to eat his cereal while Sylvia wants tummy rubs!  It really is funny because everytime he tries to eat she glares at him!
Here she is happy that her table is back in the house at last!

Thanks for visiting.  huggles and blessings.

5 comments:

Simply Shelley said...

Hi my friend. A lovely package of goodies you received in the mail. And very lovely handwork you're doing as well. God bless you, Jack and the beautiful Sylvia.

Marlene jones said...

I am so glad you liked the parcel, and how could I forget Jack and Sylvia, our girls love those treats. As for the English magazine, I know our designs are different so I thought you might like something different. Love your work, your poncho is pretty.

rosey175 said...

What lovely gifts! The English magazines are so expensive here but they usually have really pretty designs in them and wonderful freebies too! Is the "A stitch in time" tin the needle keeper? The stitched mandala is so pretty too; I love the color combo.

Don't you know kitty tummies are nothing but furry traps! They lure you in with promises of silky fur and then you receive claws and a stink eye! Not that I speak from experience. :)

Elizabeth said...

Very nice! Our cat is like that with my husband, he was suppose to be my cat but he decided he likes Jim more!

Sue in the Wood said...

Thanks so much for the words of comfort. BTW, love Sylvia's tail!!!