Since we were in Eugene to visit with a Real Estate Agent mom and I took the opportunity to do some shopping! Shamrock Flowers and Gifts was so much fun with all their cute decorations. It has been many years since I was their and they didn't disappoint!
Mom and I bought gifts for each other, this is the snowman she bought me, except with a red scarf. There were so many cute ones it was dilema!
I loved the one with the striped scarf!
Oh theres Mom looking real tempted.....
Isn't this an awesome display for ribbons, love it too!
We stopped in at Pottery Barn and founds towels on sale 30% off for the day, had to get some for the guest bathroom. And we loved these pillows. Mom chose a little pillow for her gift! Its adorable on her bed.....it has embroidered" And to All a Good Night" Darn it, I didn't take a picture!
We thought this pillow would be fun to make! We had a car like this when I was a little girl.
Are you enjoying the holiday blog hops, I have been following Staceys " Primitive Christmas Blog Hop" at Buttermilk Basin. You can follow along by going to the link. Have you made any of the cute projects?
I have been stitching one up and its so fun!
Christmas Blessings to all of you, thanks for stopping by!
We are smack dab in the middle of the Holiday season so I better get posting something.....right? Thank you to my blog friends that nudge me along, I appreciate all the wonderful friends in blogland. I have decided that when we travel, meeting up with bloggers is at the top of my list. We are planning some fun adventures in the next couple years so Mr. Cricketwood is on-board with meeting up too! I love that!!
This favorite quilt is off to the quilters and I am so excited about this....
I will get it back in the middle of the month and sew on the binding, so excited to hang it this year! This is a quilt from a Need'l love book, I started it so many years ago and have redone the applique and wools pieces so many times, so thankful to have it finished...almost!
I spent the Thanksgiving Holiday at my mothers home. She is selling her home of 30plus years, which is a 30 acre tree farm as well. Whew! What a job packing your life up at 84. My mom is amazing, it has been seven years since my dad passed and she is ready to be in town and have neighbors. We packed, met with a perspective realtor, shopped and had a fabulous 5 days together.
My daughter came for dinner and brought us gorgeous Poinsettias...
Mine is pictured in one of the crocks mom gave me. I am so far behind on getting down the pumpkins and decorating for Christmas. I will be doing some cleaning/decorating this week along with my month-end bookkeeping!
God bless you in all your Holiday preperations and parties, I will be back soon with some fun quilty highlights from the long no-post year!!! :))