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Wednesday, April 10, 2013

Whatcha workin' on Wednesday

Good morning prim friends!

I have been so busy this week.  The weather has been wonderful, so I've taken the opportunity to do some outside work.  Got my pond and the patio cottage garden all cleaned out.  I've also been working on a couple of custom orders, which will be going out today...so Heather & Lori...keep your eyes open for a package soon!  We had thunderstorms over night - what a wonderful sound that was....with the raining coming down and the rumbles in the distance...a very welcome sign that Spring is indeed on the way.  This morning the grass looks a little green, but it is cool again, so I guess it is time to finish up inside projects, make some bread and start some new patterns.

I've just finished up Miss Kitty Liberty & her kittens yesterday morning.  They are now for sale and will be headed to either Ebay or my Etsy shop in the next day or so.  If you are interested in purchasing them, just jot me a note and I'll get back to you asap.

I'm putting the finishing touches on my newest Prim Pattern Challenge, and will be posting all about it tomorrow, so stay tuned!

Hope you have a blessed day everyone!

"This is a day the Lord has made, let us rejoice and be glad in it"


  1. Morning Wendy, love Miss Kitty, so prim purrrrfect......Blessings Francine.



  3. Love your liberty kitty, think I need to make some kitties to decorate with.
    Still too cold to do any gardening here, and would love a pond.


  4. Super cute Kitty, Wendy! Will be back tomorrow to see what you've got for us!

  5. Miss Kitty is so cute, but my rabbit, Lizzie, is AWESOME!!!!!! Seriously, she needs a Mr. Darcy. I could put him on the other side... ;)

    You are so talented, Friend!


    The floating owls are so mesmerizing... :)


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