I hope you’ve had a wonderful summer. Should I say a “Long Hot Summer?” (I still love that movie with Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward!) But truly, here we are in the middle of September and the temps are still in the 80s!
This is my first year in the Harvest Hop Market Trade Show and I’m so pleased! My two newest designs that I offered are doing very well. I just love “Ghostly Encounters.” I hope all the Halloween fans got to see it. I’m also really delighted that you all love “Not Without Books.” Living in Virginia, I’ve visited Monticello, the home of Thomas Jefferson, a few times. It’s in a beautiful part of the state and I can only imagine how wonderful it must have been to live there. His library is to be admired and, after hearing the quote about his love for books, it inspired me to create this design. It looks great hanging in our home where we have our modest collection of reading material. If you haven’t seen what’s new, all the details are in my Gallery.
Thank you to those who were a part of this show. I hope you’ll join me in the Needlework Show online next month. I’ll have two new designs for you. The first is the final in my series of seasonal bird designs, “Bird of Autumn,” along with a piece called “Favorite Things in Winter.” Until then! . . . Pam