Sunday, April 3, 2011

World's largest prayer chain

Some of you were able to meet my sweet sister Julia at the last Shepherd's Bush retreat. This week I'd like to ask all of you to send a little mojo or say a little prayer for her as she's in the hospital having her gall bladder removed.  I figured if each of you thinks a happy thought for her she's likely to be back in business in no time.

As I was a little distracted this week, I only got a few pieces finished up.  Here are a few of them.

So, as promised, I started weeding the photo archives and I've found some old favorites I'd like to share...

That's all for today.  I'll keep loading the oldies but goodies and share more next week.
All my best,


Courtney said...

oh my goodness I love the four little egg design!! whose design is that? I love your framing!

I will be thinking of your sister...I hope she is having her gall bladder removed laparoscopically!

Isadarena said...

Dear Jill, your siter will be in my thoughts and my prayers every day in order she recovers very quickly a good health after her operation: God bless her .
These new framings are wonderful and you are really a great talented artist. It is a huge pleasure to admire your stunning frames :-)
I wish you and your sister a quiet week,

Nic said...

Hi Jill, once again your framing is absolutely amazing. Can you tell me the name and who designed the first picture I think it is stunning and would love to stitch it myself. I also wondered how you decide how to frame each design, do you discuss it with the client or do they give you carte blanche?

Erik D Shipley said...

Thinking happy thoughts for your sister. I hope she heals quickly.

Wendy said...

Jill, I've said a prayer for your sister and will remember her in my prayers. Please keep us updated on her healing?! Such lovely work, as usual!

Katrina said...

Lots of good thoughts and prayers for your sister!!!

And the framing is gorgeous too. Just makes me want to stitch like a madwoman so I can send you more things for framing :-).

MysteryKnitter said...

The big, red flower is awesome! I like it.
I hope your sister will recover fast.