That’s more like it.

Finally the snow has arrived.  Finally.   Its absence was palpable and dingy and altogether un-Christmas-like.

The hush that’s descended with the velvet snow will be present in this space also, right on through to the start of the new year.  The computer’s off for a tune-up, the holidays are here, and there’s much wonderment and merry-making to behold.  I thank you for your devoted presence here and look forward to seeing you all fresh and new in 2012.

+ The January Class Schedule is up and a maze of links will whisk you away in a sea of details… You need only click on a class’ image for more info.

+ The Rumpelstiltskin Challenge (remember that?) is coming to a close.  While the clock’s still ticking, I hope to keep sewing myself out of the gluttonous mess that is my studio.  I promise a general recap of the whole experiment when I return.

Peace, Friends!


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6 Responses to “That’s more like it.”

  1. Kristine says:

    Merry Christmas to you and your family!

  2. Lynn Hey says:

    Merry Christmas to you and your family. Enjoy your quiet time and that lovely snow. Your site is one of my favorites, very inspiring. Wishing you a healthy and happy 2012!

  3. Kate says:

    Definitely so happy to see the snow when we woke up this morning, what a perfect, sticky, cover the world with white snow it was.

  4. Maria says:

    Now it is beginning to feel like winter! Looking forward to the end of the year posts :)


  5. Lisa says:

    I am so jealous! My husband and I where just talking today that it doesnt feel like Christmas, because we have no snow. It is unseasonably warm and raining here in WV, we have the gray blawhs outside. Snow just makes the Christmas lights sparkle. I have my fingers crossed the weatherman said possability of snow Christmas Eve. It looks like I may have a baby goat for Christmas as well, momma was just laying around all day. Merry Christmas! I look into the classes.

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