Wednesday, January 2

snowing and growing

I am a sucker for snow.  And I'm a major sucker for Christmas snow.  It began to lay on Christmas Eve and continued in sporadic bouts through last Saturday.  Our family happily hibernated during Saturday's snow, with no intention of getting in the car for any reason whatsoever.  We coddled and cuddled that sweet girl who has her first flu.  We watched cheesy old movies. And I glued myself to the sewing machine to meet some self-imposed deadlines whenever time allowed.

I have been working through a heap of cottons and flannel, whipping up sets of matching bibs and burp cloths, as well as brainstorming some new designs for the appliqued onesies.   
These particular sewn stuffs are on their way to Lancaster where my brother and his wife have so kindly invited me to vend them at their brand-spanking-new kids' consignment shop that opens this coming Friday!  I am so very excited for them, and proud of the beautiful work they've done thus far.  And I am so very grateful to them for the chance to sell some of my things.
Some new designs
Some old standards

Obviously if you live in the Lancaster area and have a need/love for gently used kids' items, you should stop in to check out The Growing Place.  The proprietors are just lovely!

1 comment:

  1. Congrats on getting to sell your wears! Love the birds on the wire picture; very hitchcock. I'm hoping for some more snow to enjoy this winter. Happy New Year Joy and Family!