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February 09, 2012

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Rachel S.

I thought about you guys when they were showing that weather on the Weather Channel. And I love that frame!

Robin

Your winter pictures are fabulous! I am green with envy! Would you share your gingerbread muffin recipe with us?

Robin in Virginia

joann tx

oh! a birthday post! i've been watching for an update from you! and what lovely winter shots!
tho we don't have to deal with that in houston! whew!

ruth

Oh how beautiful -- all around from the winter to the framing, just beautiful. Now I *really* wish it weren't nearly 80 outside here today, and I wish even more fervently that I had basket of gingerbread muffins!

Elisabetta

Really wonderful stitch and so perfect frame never saw before beautiful like this!

Michelle

Yay for snow! Those muffins look very yummy - I'm sure it's all nice and cozy at your house with the smell of baking and the hush of the snow outside. And I love love love the frame for your Pineberry. Now I have to have one too...oh wait, better stitch something to frame first, huh?

Pam

Your stitched piece is wonderful, love the frame, it compliments it beautifully. I know what you mean about the snow, we had only an inch but it was the kind that sticks to everything, a picture perfect day.

Those muffins sounds yummy, would you mind sharing the recipe?

Thanks Pam

Leslie

Love that frame! Send some snow to the east coast! We have not had any significant snow this winter.

Linda in CO

So nice to see your post! Isn't the snow beautiful! I love winter! The muffins look yummy, would you consider sharing the receipe? Makes me want to pour a nice "cuppa" and have a muffin, watch it snow, and stitch the day away! Alas, back to my pile of laundry!

Margaret

Your framing is wonderful! The muffins look yummy too. Tilly is adorable -- but you can keep the snow. lol!

Dona

Snow, muffins and a sweet cat - a perfect day!

Your framed Bringing Home the Tree is perfect. I love the design, fabric, threads and the frame. You will enjoy it so much during the holidays!

Tanya

yummy looking muffins - SEND ME SNOW!! - no snow here :( winter is like spring - ick. Beautiful pics - Easter here and Christmas there. lol

Tanya

Valerie

Oh yes, please share your gingerbread muffin recipe! Love your winter photos and the framing on your stitched piece. The etching is fabulous and so complementary!

Debra

Thanks for sharing the snow pictures! And I LOVE the finish for Bringing Home the Tree! Beautiful!

CJ

Kind of hoping we get a little of the white stuff this Sunday evening as promised. So pretty. CJ in OK ;-)

Sylvia

Aaaahm, the muffins look fabulous, but where is the recipe???? Adam would probably love it. I made him gluten-free tiramisu yesterday. His eyes just about popped out of his head, he was so happy.

I love how Jill framed your sweet Bringing Home the Tree - its darling. I wish we would get some decent snow - it keeps trickling down from the heavens, but its nothing to write home about. All we get is bonebreaking cold. :( Love the pics - I am a wee bit jealous. Oh, and saw your new releases - love the peacocks!!! Brother's Keeper is a stunner!! Time to stop writing a novel. Have a great weekend.

♥ marylin ♥

oh very beautiful picture !!

VIVE LA NEIGE !!!!!


bisous xxxx de FRANCE

Laura H

Absolutely wonderful! The snow, the gingerbread muffins, the framed piece. Just all wonderful. Jill did a beautiful job on it. If you have a chance, please share your recipe for the muffins!

Bonnie Ingalls

So, Paulette, will you share the muffin recipe with all of us?

Flowers Melbourne

Those muffins are sure to be delicious! It makes me crave to get one.

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