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Monday, December 26, 2011

Relaxation time



Now that all the hectic Chistmas celebrations are over,time for some craft.

Do I embroider,crochet,knit or sew,hmmm?


 Love craft time, but now, do I finish some UFO's?


Crochet edges for hand towels



Napkins

Embroidery



Smocking



Quilting



Embellishing



Decorated bag





Lavender cushions and bag


I'm just going through my sewing room, thinking.  It takes a whole day to sort and think.

I still can't get inspiration,maybe I need to just chill out for a day or two.

Are you all feeling the same?

My hands won't keep still, neither will my mind. I think I need a good book. 

I could go on a picnic, especially as we received the most beautiful picnic basket for Christmas from our daughter,son in law and children.

I am linking up with A Delightsome Life today
and Ivy and Elephants

Happy New Year everyone. Keep safe

xx jeanetteann

8 comments:

Shabby chic Sandy said...

I too have been just "thinking" about projects I want to do and not really having the energy to get back in the swing of it. Christmas takes a lot out of you! I love those baby bonnets--I have adorable baby pictures of Janae in a bonnet like that--and now she is 22! Love the towels you added the crochet to too. Your new blog header looks really pretty. Happy crafting!

Wateringen said...

Dear Jeanetteann,

Yes I have te same...
I am always thinking about things to do....
And I love the beautiful things you make...I love your style very much!

I will thank you for you lovely message on my blog..

I wishing you a wonderful 2012!

Love and happiness,
Marijke
www.marijkevanooijen.blogspot.com

Elyse said...

hi jeanette,

i'm feeling exactly the same. so many projects flooding my mind that i am not starting any of them. i'll just say i'm in "planning mode" how's that? :)

wishing you health, happiness + creativity in the new year!

xo
elyse

Ivy and Elephants said...

Yes, it is overwhelming when you want to do so many things at once. Let's just stop and think and savor the time to plan.
Happy New Year to you!
Hugs,
Patti

{ Vintage by LOU LOU } said...

I hope you've just enjoyed taking some time off...a perfect opportunity to reflect on possibilities for the New Year??

{ Vintage by LOU LOU } said...

Also I've just been enjoying all your Christmas preparation in your previous blog post....wow, you did an amazing job Jeanette. Now here is to a wonderful 2012 for you and yours xo

special 'k' said...

Thank you for sharing. For now I was just dropping by to wish you a Happy New Year and to thank you for visiting my place and your lovely comments. I look forward to engaging more with you in 2012. Cheers SpecialK XoXo

Ceekay- Thinkin of Home said...

You sure have some lovely creations....I am trying to do a craft a month...that is my plan...however, I would love to do an inchy counted cross stitch...one square for each year of our marriage...