I dried some oranges for holiday decorating. Slice oranges thin place on ungreased cookie sheet and dry at 150* degrees for about 6 hours. I added cloves to mine and placed them in this old wooden box I got at a sale. You can also hang them on your tree.
I stopped at the quilt shop in my town on Friday and after drooling at the beautiful quilts they have on display, I bought a couple of things. I found a cute pattern for a Spring bunny candle mat and a felt ornament kit. I worked on the ornamentshere and there this weekend and finished them up tonight. I thought I would display them for you on a cute little tree I bought atAmazing Grace antiques this weekend.
I was so excited to receive my swap goodies from Allison of Sew many girls. We participated in Wendy's Thanks for giving swap. Allison sent me such lovely things. She made me this table topper and the adorable pumpkin with the crow and ....
Pumpkin and crow and rag topper!
This awesome prim turkey!
Love this stocking!
Thank you so much Allison for the great gifts. Also to Wendy for always hosting such wonderful swaps.
I have been really enjoying stitching these days. I am not quite sure how I will finish these yet but I will figure that out later. The Christmas tree is a free pattern from Create & Decorate Magazine and the other 3 are free from Primitive Betty. I always seem to change the patterns a bit. The Christmas tree has my last name stitched on the bottom, that's why I have it blocked out. lol