Friday, February 17, 2017 last post was in 2015......Now I am retired, I hope to do a much better job.  We will see.

Monday, December 21, 2015

2015 Santa Sack Swap

My Partner was Donna from Nashville, TN
She sent an email asking me not to open the
Box until the Official Opening day, as she
didn't realize each gift was to be wrapped.  Worked for me, less
clean up!
Here are the wonderful gifts Donna
sent me.  A embroidered pillow, a pretty
fan, matching pot holders and dish
towels, and a pin cushion with pockets for
my sewing chair.  She also made me
a blue and brown tote, which I have already
used to carry a crocheted baby afghan
I am working on
I love Hexies, and red is
my favorite color.  This is
staying out all year, on a green
recliner in our living room
My picture isn't perfect, but if it was, you
could see that this matches my chair perfectly!

Thanks Donna for the great Christmas Gifts, and
Thanks Cheryll for another great Swap Event!!

Tuesday, July 7, 2015

Cupcakes for my Babies Birthday

Tomorrow my daughter turns 45!!  Funny, because I thought I was 45....
She loves to bake and has taken classes on decorating.  She also sells cake pops and cupcakes.
I am going to bring her this and CUPCAKES.

Monday, June 15, 2015

Santa Sack Swap 2015

I got my partner for this year.  It is Donna from Nashville, Tennessee.
This is my third year participating, Year 1 I swapped with Donna from Texas, last year it was Sue from Nebraska, now in  Canada.  I already have new gift ideas.  I checked out Donna's blog, and am quite impressed with the quantity and quality of her quilting.  Lucky lady is retired, so between her family (grandkids)  and quilting, it looks like she has a pretty terrific life.
Were those Santa's bells I just heard?

Monday, December 22, 2014

2014 Santa Sack Swap

Here are the great gifts I received from Swap Partner Sue this year
Fabulous Tote and sewing caddy with sewing goodies

Wonderful Mini Spool WH

Piece O'Cake playing cards, needle holder and the cutest snap bag!

Angels and bookmark....I guess you have to stand on your head to view this one