March 31, 2021

A Little Detour...

Brynwood Needleworks - BW Pincushions
 
I was nominated by a friend on FB to post images of my creative endeavors, studio, and the like over the course of a week. One of the images I chose to share was of my previous pincushions. So many people responded that they wanted one, that I decided to make a few available. These are what I created to sell this week. (Top to Bottom: French General Floral; Love Birds (sage); and Farmhouse)
 
Brynwood Needleworks - BW Pincushions
 
I'm going to share the images at 6 pm tomorrow on my FB personal page, where they can be "Claimed", first come/first served. Price will include priority postage, and I'll email an invoice once they're sold. The post will be "public", so anyone can claim one if they're interested. (Top to Bottom: Forget-me-not Sampler; Love Birds (tan); and Dorothy's Gimgham Flowers)
 
Brynwood Needleworks - BW Pincushions

The top on (pink) was a special commission and already sold. Of course, the bottom one is called "America".
 
Kathy D. and I are going to Menasha today, so I'll get back to bag making when I get back home. Also, we have power again. We were told it might not be back on overnight until about 3 am, but the linemen worked hard in a high wind and got our power back on before midnight. We're grateful for their hard work.
 
Tag will be back for another try tomorrow. He was bummed that he couldn't hold forth yesterday. What does Scarlet O'Hara say? Ah, yes. "Tomorrow's another day." wink
 
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4 comments:

  1. Your pincushions are beautiful.
    Kudos to those working on the power.
    We had many water main breaks when it was below zero.
    Those men worked in the dark in those cold temps.
    I give them credit & am so grateful to them.
    Have Fun today!
    Marilyn

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    1. Hi, Marilyn:
      Thanks for your comment today. I have the utmost respect for those workers who keep our power running. We've been on a well and septic system everywhere we've ever lived. We put in a whole house generator in Florida because the service went out regularly, without notice. It was so frustrating. Here, it has only happened twice, and then, it was because of a bad storm or high winds. I'm so glad you got your water back on, and hope it didn't take too long. We're just grateful it wasn't awful cold that night.
      Be well!
      xo
      Donna

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  2. Your pincushions are divine. I love mine dear.

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    1. Thanks so much, dear Sherry. I'm so glad you love yours. Your friendship is a blessing.
      xo
      Donna

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