"The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."

Thomas Moore

Friday, May 3, 2013

Friday round-up...


Another week has come and gone, and I am so eager for my sleep-in on Sunday. What about you?
Do you have Sunday morning rituals that you enjoy?
Years ago we'd read our Bibles, a magazine,  and maybe the Sunday paper - with fresh coffee and toast - in bed. I think with winter on the way it's a good habit to start over with. I've even bought myself a couple of new pairs of flannie pjs in hope that winter remembers to arrive!


Yesterday I emailed Volume 2 Issue 2 of Elefantz HOME to all my subscribers.
If you haven't received that email yet, and you are a subscriber, please let me know and I'll send it zooming across cyberspace to offer it's apologies for tardiness. 

For those who would like to purchase this as a single issue, you'll find it HERE in my shop, with photos of all the projects inside. 

I've also decided to give non-subscribers the chance to follow along with my new BOM, "Shabby Roses Beauty"
Here is block 1, which was featured in the e-zine this month...

The pattern is inside this month's e-zine HERE (which includes two other patterns), or you can simply purchase the block alone  HERE.

Block 2 will be in the June 7th issue of the e-zine. I started stitching it today -  here's a little sneak peek...
 Cute, huh? 


I'm also working on the very last block of 8 in my Daisy Days BOM.
This pattern should be ready at the end of May...


I cannot wait for this to be finished! It seems like I've been stitching it forever. But it will be so worth it in the end. \o/

Have a lovely weekend, and try to do something special to brighten your day, because that will brighten the day of all those around you.

Hugs
Jenny
xx

12 comments:

  1. Hi Jenny, I just love your new designs.... really pretty...
    Hugz

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  2. Beautiful designs! And yes, I'm looking forward to a weekend sleep-in too :)

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  3. Always such sweet projects and peeks. Some of the most rewarding projects are the ones we spend the most time with. :o)

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  4. I love the lace edging you've stitched on the red gingham piece. Your designs are rapidly becoming my favorite Ozzie ones! Sundays this year are the relaxing morning sleep-ins, because our group is meeting 1-4. But we rotate, so next year, we'll be back on 9-12, and no sleeping in! 11-2 is my favorite, I think. =)

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  5. Precioso el salmo 90 y preciosos tus trabajos. Gracias por los que compartes y por un blog tan hermoso. Que Dios te bendiga a ti y a tu trabajo

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  6. Que bonito!!!Estoy deseando ver un poco más

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  7. You know you got me at RED!!!!! Gingham and spots were just the icing on the cake!!!!
    love ya girl
    xoxox

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  8. I can't wait, is this BOM going to be available on your blog?LOVE IT!!!! there is nothing quite as cool as embroidery,lace and fabric all combined into a project :) TIA, Jeanne

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  9. Your article is very interesting Beautifull photos and great blog to read thank you

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  10. Jenny, your work makes me smile. Thank you.

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  11. sunday morning's just flow not often the way I would like but that is life....winter you say hmmpphh but you will definately get more of a winter than I--so jealous you bought flanny jim jams....stiching bom/s are looking great..cheers Vickie

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