Thursday, September 10, 2009

It's almost fall!

My swap partner received her goodies so now I can show you what they were. Here is a picture of what I sent to her along with some autumn recipe cards and patterns for the entire set of embroideries for her frame. (a different embroidery for each month) Unfortunately, the little brown creamer dish was broken during transit, but she was able to glue it back together. :o( Below is my Singer sewing machine table all finished and starting to be decorated for fall. Tongue in cheek.... the most expensive thing on the table was the flower pot... that I bought from Wal Mart yesterday for $5. The other things are thrift store finds (napkin, deer, little metal frame) and the rest were gifts from bloggers. Aren't blogging friends the best????
I have two boxes full of fall decorations in the garage, but cannot bring myself to start putting them out yet. The weather is gorgeous here today... cloudy, breezy, and almost cool. I think I am going to stay home all day today and sew. What a great day!

7 comments:

Rose Mary said...

Very nice swap, Penpen! I love your singer sewing table~and that little deer is jut perfect on it. You are so right~blogging friends are just plain special!

Debbie J. said...

All the items look very nice on that table Penny! I love the Deer! Your thrifting is really paying off.

ancient one said...

Everything is pretty...love how your singer table turned out..

Irma said...

What lovely gifts you gave!

Utah Grammie said...

Love the table! Everything looks perfect on it - you did a great job - and the gifts look lovely as well :-)

yorkie's primitives said...

I want to thank you Penny for such a wonderful swap. Pictures don't do justice for everything I got. I just loved the squirrel stitchery because I love squirrels and have hunted everywhere for something and couldn't find it. And after I glued the cup, it looks almost new. Just gives a more prim look to it. I really love that cup! Everything was just awesome. Thank you, Valerie

Janet, said...

I love the table you made. I have a sewing machine bottom, some day I'm going to make a pretty table like that.