Saturday, April 9, 2011

Thank you

After a hairy week, my lovely sister was released from the hospital yesterday and continues her recovery at home.  Thank you for your prayers and warm wishes.

Mother nature played a cruel trick on us this week and dumped a fluffy layer of snow on our daffodils and hyacinths.



I had the pleasure of working on the MOST amazing piece this week.  Just the sheer determination it took
to finish this piece deserves a round of applause!  Congratulations, Michelle.  You go girl!
And if that wasn't enough, here's another!

and a few more highlights

And here are more from the archives...













10 comments:

Bernice said...

wow Michelle's picture is breathtaking

Isadarena said...

Jill, I am so glad about your sister Julia good news : I hope she'll recover very quickly a nice health :-)
Michelle's picture is stunning and your framing so gorgeous !!
Have a nice Sunday,

Wendy said...

So happy to hear the good word about your sister, Jill. I think the snow on the hyacinths is lovely (although I'm sure everone is ready for the snow to be gone). Michelle's piece is absolutely gorgeous!

xsgail said...

Great framing pics and great stitching as well!
Glad Julia is doing good.

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

I saw the top two on the owner's blog - they are amazing!

Sylvia said...

I am glad your sister is now home and recovering. The first piece is just amazing and your framing job took the entire piece to a new level. So beautiful

emilyaliu66 said...

So happy about your sister...and the latest pieces are magnificent! Love the Baubles too, how fun!

Fiona said...

All the work is amazing. But Michelle's really does deserve a special mention, beautiful.

Arthemise said...

Thanks for the kind words about The Awakening. Both it and Castle Sampler arrived yesterday, and they are as gorgeous as I expected. What I didn't expect (no telling why) is how massive they are! My dining room is going to have a new focus.

MysteryKnitter said...

I am happy for your sister.