Friday, November 20, 2020

New Pin Sets for November

Do you ever get that sinking feeling? Where things just don't seem right and you get lower and lower in this world? The air seems to go out of your sails and you feel unsettled? I'm going through that at this very moment, but not for the reason you might think ;o) My office chair is broken. It randomly decides to lose all of its height, which I definitely need to sit at my desk, and drop me six inches. I end up feeling like a small child sitting at the adult's table for the first time for Thanksgiving. I have to laugh each time it happens and think that if this is the most annoying part of the moment that I'm in, it's a good moment.

MBT stuff has been hopping! New releases have already started shipping to shops and I'll update the website and post images in a day or so. There are five new charts, all with unique personalities, so a little something for everyone. I've been working on new accessories and want to share the pin sets with you today. They've been in the trunk shows for months, but yesterday was when I finally said "get these pictures done now!" I hope you enjoy.

Strong Roots

Southwest Surprise

Fall Queen Bee

Spring In My Garden

There is a fifth set, Beach Days, and it is on my "to do" for pictures as soon as I am ready to also photograph the new Christmas specialty fobs. Each set comes packaged with the three pins together, coordinated with colors and theme, and are adorable! 

The rest of life stuff keeps moving along in our part of the world. Not literally moving, since I haven't found a house, but we are in prayer and thoughtful consideration of our next steps. As the holidays arrive I've started stress cleaning and the newest tool is a steam mop. I just used it for the first time and the floor is a little cleaner and my socks are soaking wet. 

Happy stitching to you all and see you in a few days!

1 comment:

Robin in Virginia said...

What beautiful pin sets you have created, Debbie! Looking forward to seeing what designs you will be releasing. Enjoy your Friday and weekend. Wishing you and your family a wonderful Thanksgiving filled with an abundance of blessings.