This week went by so fast! I have been hibernating in my sewing room trying to get projects completed, and of course starting new ones. I always wonder why my list of projects never seems to get shorter. ;)
Are you ready for some Christmas shopping? In continuing with last Friday's vintage Christmas ads, here is a sweet selection of goodies from Noah's Ark shoppe in 1951. What would you buy? I would like the waffle maker, tree icicles, and those pretty ornaments!
The numbers are almost done being stitched and getting sewed onto pretty Christmas fabric. Then, it will be time to put this sweet Christmas project together. Can you guess what I am making?
The Christmas vintage tea towels are getting their final sweet touches and will soon be ready to bring some holiday cheer to many kitchens.
Hopefully the sun will peak through this weekend, so I can take photos and get them all listed in my shoppe.
A few Christmas potholders are almost finished, along with
these pretty Christmas hankies that will all be heading to the shoppe very soon. These hankies have become a new favorite to create.
In the evenings I crochet to relax and unwind, so I like to have a few projects that I can work on. I just started a Christmas crocheted garland that I am looking forward to having up for the holidays. I was just thinking that last December is when I first picked up a hook and learned how to crochet! Time sure goes by so fast. ;)
And, I am making progress on my husband's blanket. Yay!! This is definitely going to take me longer than I thought, so hopefully it will be done in time for Christmas morning.
I hope that you all have a most lovely and creative weekend!