February 13, 2011


It has been awhile since I've changed my "doodle" so today was the day. I hope you like it! A little touch of spring flowers and sunshine.....ahhhhhh

Thanks to everyone who entered the drawing for the Moda Jelly Roll and the painting! It was so much fun for me I think I need to do this more often.

At five o'clock I entered the number of comments into Random.org and the winner of the watercolor painting is Cecilia and the winner of the Moda Jelly Roll is Laurel! Congratulations and thank you everyone for all of your kind words! I'm glad you like my new digs!
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my happy bluebird said...

We like your new chalkboard doodle! My daughter is off to change ours too... Congratulations to the winners. :-)

magic of making up said...

awesome chalkboard design.. Amazing..

WoolenSails said...

Congratulations to the winners and another wonderful chalkboard drawing. I still need to hang mine up.


Kat said...

Congratulation to the WINNERS !! :)
enjoy it !!

(but I'm still a little envious due to of the painting.
beautiful birds in cherry tree.;))


Carrie said...

I love the new chalkboard doodle ~ oh wait, I always love the new doodle.

Your digs are grand too. Why is it that when we find a fabulous piece of furniture that we love, we never think of how we'll actually get it into the room? The hand mirrors are beautiful and I would love the hear/read about why you started the collection. :)

Tina said...

Your chalkboard doodle is wonderful - spring IS in the air!

Tapping World Summit 2011 said...

Love the drawing and the chalkboard doodle!

Rawai Guesthouse said...

Love the frame of your chalkboard! It's gorgeous!

Bronwyn Hayes said...

Congratulations to the winners...aww, I missed out. Love the chalkboard doodle, though it does need a cat. You know how I love cats!

Laurie said...

I always love your chalkboard doodles! I miss you... Laurie

Anonymous said...

Kathy: I enjoy and look forward to your posts. I love the hot dish carrier and I'm going to try to make it this afternoon. I'm not real good at bias but I'm going to give it a try. I think it would make a very nice gift for a quilter friend.