The Heart of a Gnome

Categories: BlogBy Published On: June 12, 202015.6 min read343 words1 Comment

Hi Everybody!

You know how I love me some Gnomes.

I know that in folklore gnomes aren’t usually “nice” ….they are trouble makers or protectors. But I like to think that the ones I create are very nice. They are sweet little people who like to garden, have fun, and entertain. Isn’t it great that we can create anything we want?

So this little guy loves to have company. He would love for you to stop by for a cup of tea and he will have fresh scones with clotted cream and jam. I know that because I love those things…(and I have been ordering clotted cream online since I went on a trip to England 3 years ago. LOL!) and he always has plenty on hand.

I have a slew of patterns coming out right now because I am getting ready for summer releases.

I have been learning so much about how this industry works and it’s kind of been crazy…but I am learning the ropes and hoping things will start picking up. Nobody can predict anything with all of the uncertainty that we are all feeling but I still remain hopeful. Until things go back to “normal” whatever that is …..I will continue to quilt, design, sew and immerse myself into something safe. I am thankful I can do that.

Tonight I will be doing a Facebook live at 6:00 pm PST. I know that is late for the east coast. So I will gladly add another day at an earlier time if anyone has any requests? please comment. I will book it for next week. :) So Maybe I will do 2 FB live sessions a week. I Am willing to answer any questions and keep you informed of things happening in my neck of the woods. So if you have any topics you are interested in discussing or questions you’d like me to cover. Just comment or inbox me. I will be glad to save them and talk about them.

I hope to see you tonight!

Blessings C

 

 

 

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  1. Patricia Arbuckel June 12, 2020 at 6:02 am - Reply

    I’m looking for forward to seeing you tonight
    Love you
    Pat

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