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Monday, March 03, 2008

Prairie Schooler pinkeep


All pictures shown last week were all works that was done a while back. I've stitched but most were for exchanges so couldn't show any progress. I did this one though in between as i have in my goals for 2008 to finish about 5 Prairie Schooler into pinkeeps. So here's the first. I was able to finish it yesterday before MIL dropped by for a cup of coffee in the afternoon.


We ussually go to her place sunday morning if we are home but we went there saturday afternoon so we decided to sleep in and relax.
She didn't stayed long so we went to the small forest here for a walk. The children



aren't happy as they are glued to their own computer especially Grace. As you can see on the picture she's quite angry she will not join us along. Chris fine and can't stop talking!




Had seen lots of snowdrops around! Aren't they beautiful??

Thanks all for stopping by. About the high water at the harbour it had subsided after 4-5 hours. Business or rather the restaurants were opened that evening so no damages done.

17 comments:

Julie R's Crafting Blog said...

I love your pin keep...so what Prairie Schooler pattern is it?

Julie said...

Your pinkeep is beautiful

Looks like a lovely place for a walk

Shari said...

your pinkeep is great!!! I love PS patterns!
The place you went for a walk looks very inviting!! The flowers are so pretty!!!!! Yes, it looks as if your daughter has hit that time of life that is so hard, for her & for parents--hang in there!!
I emailed you this afternoon. I hope you got it?!?!?!

Debra said...

Mylene, the snowdrop flowers are beautiful, a great sign of spring is around the corner. Oh Grace is at that age, Good Luck. Your finish is very nice. Thanks for all the pictures.

Lisha said...

Your pinkeep is great. I love how y'all take all these long walks. I love to walk on nature trails and take everything in, thanking God for all the beautiful things he created.

Christine said...

Your pinkeep is beautiful Mylene. The walk lookes lovely too.

Doris said...

great pinkeep..and patient with grace,is in the age...(sigh)

Carol said...

Gorgeous pinkeep! I sure wish spring would arrive here too, although it is finally significantly warmer here today, with heavy rain moving in... that will hopefully melt some snow and hopefully not wet my basement! Thanks again for the gorgeous fob!!

Dawn said...

Your pinkeep turned out beautiful!!

It's just Grace's age. Krissy does the same things to us. (((HUGS)))

Anonymous said...

Mylene, your pinkeep turned out fantastic, and I love the design you used for it!

Debbie from CSE

glenda said...

Very pretty!!

Lillie said...

Loved that PS pinkeep. Beautifull finished as always. Loved all photos posted too especially the woods and the harbour view. So serene.

Karan said...

Great pinkeep Mylene, another lovely finish. :0)
Oh dear, Grace doesn't look happy at all - hope she's OK by now. LOL
Glad to hear the floods cleared so quickly.

monique said...

Your pinkeep is absolutely lovely.
Your walk sounds great.I had to smile when I read about Grace, my daughters can be like that too Ü.

Take care,
Monique.

Laura said...

The Prairie Schooler pinkeep is just delightful! I love it. And it looks like you live in a beautiful area.

Sally said...

The PS pinkeep is gorgeous Mylene.

Lori said...

Great Pinkeep! Looks good!
Lori