Sunday, February 15, 2015
and that's about enough said on that subject!!
Just stopping in and saying "hey" to all and passing on a bit of news......
For those of you following us here on the Lane, and the Farm as well you are aware of the designs I created last year in wool
"Season's and SaltGlaze"
Well......a major international company who offers home decor and table top items has picked up two of my Season's designs. The FallGlaze and the WinterGlaze.
Let's just say I'm just a bit more than excited over this all, I keep asking Wayne to pinch me just to make sure I'm not imagining it all! I must also say that I am very humbled and thankful for this opportunity. Sending a shout out to my friends, Pru, Addie and Cherry for their encouragement throughout the process. I can't honestly say, I wouldn't have submitted the designs if not for the push these three great women gave me.
I hadn't planned a trip to PA this year but once I got the news of the designs a very last minute decision was made to make a trip out to see the items set up in the showroom. It also gave me the opportunity to hook up with Cherry and Addie....no Pru, unfortunately, and catch up on the past year.
I am busy now creating more designs for 2016 offerings and will keep my fingers crossed that they might like some of them enough to use. I will be sure to keep you posted!
Sharing the pictures of the items sent to me by Raghu. These items will be for sale later this summer. I will be listing places to purchase at a later date.
The patterns for these designs as well as kits are available from
YellowDog Lane, along with the SpringGlaze and SummerGlaze.
Contact us via email for more info.
Still at the Farm and getting closer to the Lane!
p.s. They are busy drywalling the house on the Lane these days...painting and some fun stuff next!
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