Oh words cannot tell
not even in part,
Of the debt that is owed
by this thankful heart.
Also on this day back in 1933, my Mother was born. We will be celebrating later today with a family dinner. I'm thankful for the Christian heritage that she and my Dad raised me with. Yesterday some co-workers and I and my Mom, took a little road trip. We headed to Falkland. This is just a little place with one gas station , a pub, a few businesses, etc. Rumour had it there were some amazing yarns at the General Store. I was skeptical to say the least. It was such a pleasant surprise! The GOODIES that little place holds.
First up is some 'Sublime' cotton that will be a newborn sweater for my next little grand baby.
Because I don't crochet, I bought these little pretties. They will probably embellish the sweater and a hat if we get another girl.
Then I spied these buttons. They reminded me of an old cigar box my dad kept in his shop to hold little things. I scooped them up before someone else could :) Sharon grabbed the other package.
Aren't they neat? I got the old box out to see and sure enough...
Definitely worth the trip I'd say. The other girls got things like Alpaca, and Silk, and Mom got some 100% wool to make herself a cardigan (happy birthday Mom).
Also, I have been "swooning" over Etchings.
I have changed the construction just a bit to make it easier to piece. A few less seams anyway. This is such a beautiful line of fabric.
Have a wonderful week-end, and remember to count your blessings.