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Prim and folkart needlework designs of drab reds, browns, golds and greens are what I fancy.

Let's share stitchin, sewin, nestin, cookin, collectin, prims, critters and a lovin' mishmash of sweet life...

Tuesday, December 8, 2009

~ TUESDAY FREEBIE SURPRISE & HOLIDAY GIDDINESS ~

Ho~Ho~Ho Dear Friends ~ We're finally on our way to a chilly Christmas, first snow expected soon in the N.Y.S. Finger Lakes Region.  The winter chill will be very good for next year's vineyard harvest. 

Blogging News ~ Blogger tells me this will be my 100th Post, hope you've enjoyed some of them:)  Warm thanks to my Sweet Stitchin' Sistas for your help and support, it's been really fun!

Can I please share ~ If you want to add a wee bit of reading to your Holiday preparations (and who of us won't need a few quiet moments in the coming weeks), check your library for a sweet little book called *A Redbird Christmas* by Fannie Flagg. It's a quick read, you'll be oh~so~glad you did:)

Eats ~ Last night I whipped up a small batch of Pizzelle batter that made a couple dozen, will make many more in the coming weeks. Mine NEVER turn out perfect like you see in print ads, I've given up trying, but they do taste really yummy!

 
So, onto the stitchin....  Today I offer you a link to a sweet little design for the Holidays, there's still PLENTY of time to stitch this up before the big day, hope you like it.  Find it HERE, isn't this darling?




Candy Canes Kisses and Peppermint Dreams!

Tootles, Sue











5 comments:

  1. Congrats on your 100th post! Ooohh - Pizzelles, I love those!

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  2. Thanks for the link to that design. And my pizzelles never turn out very well either. My BIL is Italian and can turn those babies out perfect every time. I told him he could make mine for me! LOL

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  3. Cookies look wonderful - and am sure they taste good too. I went to look at your new ornament and was disappointed. I hate to see us take Christ out of Christmas and have never used the abbreviated version. There is a reason for the season and I hope it is never overlooked. Merry Christmas to you and yours.

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  4. Congrats on the 100th post, I love your blog...Merry Christmas

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  5. Yummmm...I love pizzelles, Sue! Haven't made any in a few years--guess I should get my pizelle maker out of the cupboard and get busy.

    Congratulations on your 100th post--wow, I am still only on my 50th!

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