Wednesday, September 17, 2008

Whatcha Working on Wednesday


Talk about a beautiful day! Fall is so near, you can just feel it in the air. Last night we had some very cool temps and I just loved it. I have always loved fall and winter. I do love the wonderful plants and herbs the summer provides us with but I much prefer cooler weather. I am praying this nice mild weather sticks around for the festival next weekend. We are in desperate need of rain, they have closed the car wash and are advising people to conserve water and not to water your lawns or plants. Which means every one will have to wait to buy those beautiful fall mums.
I am working on several projects today. Mostly fall items for the show. I have all my orders out and can focus on the show. Seasonal items usually sell best and I will have lots of new things this year. I love using patterns for my shows because it allows me to have lots of different designs without actually having to design them all. I made a bunch of my corn cob dolls to take to the show. I did these a little differently and didn't cover the cob. I think I may actually like these better. I am off to the post office and to get a bite to eat. Hope you all have productive days!
Jill

7 comments:

basketsnprims said...

I love those little dolls. I bet you will sell a ton of those. Good luck at your show.

Pam

Pamela said...

Absolutely adore this dolls! Have you sewn the dresses on??? TOO PRIM!!! I love visiting your blog, it brings such inspiration to me.

Enjoy the coolness in the air...
Pamela

Char said...

How cute are those little dolls?!...wishing you lots of luck with your shows.

Leslie said...

I love your little corn cob dolls :)

Enjoy your fall feeling day :)

Black Sheep Lisa said...

Love the dolls, and the garden cans too! I have been saving my cans, i knew they would come in handy!

She Seeketh Wool & Flax said...

Love your new blog header. Is that a picture of your house?
Cheryl

Tomatoe Creek Prims said...

Love the corn cob dolls...so prim, I'm sure you will sell alot of those, I hope you have great weather for your show.
Rondell