I cannot count my day complete
'Til needle, thread and fabric meet.
~Author Unknown

Sharing a common thread with those who love the art of hand embroidery

Sunday, October 12, 2008

Nothing to show yet, I am still busy stitching away. The days are getting dark much earlier now, leaving me more time to be inside stitching. I have decided to delete my cooking blog. I don't have as much passion on posting on it as I do my other blogs. I know that Linda over at Somewhere In Time blog visited my cooking blog regularly as some of you other sweet friends. So for all of you, I am sorry,but there will be some good recipes posted on my country living blog "Eggs In My Pocket". now and then. I will leave the cooking blog up until probably the end of October. Thanks for all of your helpful comments and advice. I will be back on here soon maybe with something stitched up to show you!

8 comments:

LindaSueBuhl said...

I need to copy down some of the recipes friend - it is hard to keep more than one or two blogs going and do justice to them. Love your cooking ideas but you are right - you can combine it with your Eggs blog and it'll be perfect! Stitch away! yes dark far too soon for me - and light so much later! Oh well - grateful for electric lightbulbs and computers!

Maryjane - The Beehive Cottage said...

Hello Sweet Kathleen!

Looking forward to your store doors to OPEN! Thanks for your sweet comment on my blog and yes, getting back to the simple life sounds wonderful to me! I just posted some of the cards I made. Have a wonderful week my dear friend!

Hugs,
Maryjane

Queen of Dreamsz said...

Hey there Kathleen, thanks for visiting me..I always enjoy looking at our beautiful stitchery! It's hard to keep up with several blogs so I think you've made a wise choice. I know you are getting alot of stitching done..look forward to seeing your goods when they are ready to view.

Stephanie
Queen of Dreamsz

Farm Chick Paula said...

I know what you mean, Kathleen... we're losing daylight like crazy here!!
That's the only thing about this time of year I don't care for... we lock everybody up for the night and come inside and it feels like it ought to be 9:30 but it's really only 7:30!!

Lea of Farmhouse Blessings said...

Can't wait to see what you've been stitching up! I just finished a little redwork towel with two church going chickens.

Now mom & I are beginning a redwork Bible quilt. I'm having such fun. You, Nancy Jo and Dani are such inspirations!

Blessings,
Lea

Linda said...

Oh, I'm sad to hear you will be deleting your cooking blog. I love it and so many of the recipes and little cooking stories you shared. This weekend I need to go through and make sure I have all the recipes I wanted. I'm glad you will still feature some recipes on EIMP.

It getting darker her too...in a way I like it. I like to get all cozy in a quilt and read or stitch with the TV on in the background. Have a nice weekend...hugs, Linda

Pam said...

I've been so hit or miss with blogging over the last few months, and fallen behind with all that is going on.....I will miss your kitchen blog!
I am looking forward to seeing what you have been stitching up.
Hoping that the week ahead will be a wonderful one for you-
Hugs and blessings,
Pam

KathyB. said...

Hi Kathleen, I decided to check in on your embroidery blog. You inspired me to get cracking on my fiber and needle work. I thank you for telling me how and when and how much time you work on your needlework.

I know I can actually do what I have set my mind on if I remember it is one of my priorities ( after family, and basic home care and upkeep).

I went shopping this afternoon, after putting in a few hours in my work room, and re-stocked some of my embroidery supplies. My embroidery is a bit rusty, but I think while I am teaching my granddaughter some stitching, the practice will help.

I am going to begin with some dish towels as Christmas presents, then after Christmas I hope to get back into doing up some nice red work pillowcases. Thanks again for the inspiration.