Friday, March 18, 2011

It's a learning curve!

I had a nice chat with Erik Shipley this week. (For those of you who don't know him, he's a talented local needlework designer I'm recently acquainted with.  Check out his website at www.shipsmanor.com.)  While we were talking, I realized that I'm still a beginner at blogging.  The comments you all have left on the blog are sent to my e-mail box.  I've been hitting the reply button and replying to every one of those comments. Erik made me realize that all of those replies are floating around somewhere in cyberspace.  So, rather than starting over, I'm going to eat a little crow and just send out a group hug to all of you who have left comments.  I'm invigorated and motivated by all of you cheering me on.  Thank you.

The crocuses are over.  I have a single Daffodil showing it's shiny face and, of course, Midge is obsessed with eating it.  I may give in tomorrow and enjoy watching her ravage it.  We are all eagerly awaiting the tulips.

And now for the good stuff...
It's beginning to look like Easter at Rensel Studio.









6 comments:

emilyaliu66 said...

Stunning, Jill! Love them all, but the alphabet sampler is exquisite, and that Egg Basket is TOO fun. :)

Wendy said...

I love all of these! Jill, you are so absolutely talented!

Fiona said...

Everything looks fantastic, truly inspiring.

Sylvia said...

Again, such a beautiful work. BTW, I get the e-mails you send me - so they are not floating around in cyber space. That method seems to work fine.

Erik D Shipley said...

I always enjoy visiting you at your shop.

Unfortunately that method (of replying through emails) doesn't work for everyone. So, its probably best that you reply here. lol

Nic said...

I love your work it's completely amazing. I am only sorry I live in the UK. I think getting my stitching framed by yourselves would bankrupt me with the shipping costs :-(