Sunday, 28 December 2014

Cotswolds and New Year greetings

Before Christmas, I was so busy preparing for the arrival of family visitors that my intended post didn't appear. We had a wonderful time - busy, noisy and great fun and the grandchildren were a delight as always.

Now, however, that everyone has gone home, this small piece (a suggestion of the ploughed Cotswold countryside in winter or a hint of those beautiful Scottish heather-covered hills before snowfall) comes instead to wish all the bloggers who visit my blog and those who leave kind and encouraging comments a happy and creative New Year.


May you continue to enjoy and share your artistic life with fabric and needle, paper and print, brush and canvas or whatever excites you ... I know I will be seeking you out with great pleasure in the year ahead.

Season's Greetings
Margaret

14 comments:

  1. je te souhaite une belle et créative année 2015!

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    1. Merci beaucoup, Elfi, et vous de même. J'attend avec impatience vos posts de 2015!

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  2. Ah, the colour of heather on the hills! Lang may yer lum reek through 2015!

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    1. Happy New Year to you, Olga! As one Quine to another, may we blather away happily in this medium throughout 2015!

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  3. Just beautiful! Thank you so much for the great New Year wishes and the very same to you and yours ... 2015!!!

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    1. Very many thanks ... And good wishes to you too.

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  4. Happy New Year Margaret ! Received your Christmas card, thank you very much !
    I have been out of the blogging loop for a few weeks now and am looking forward to getting back at it. Now that the tree is down, the decorations are packed up and the parties are over, I think I will settle into some new work, some new ideas and a new me !
    Happy New Year to you and yours !

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    1. It was a pleasure - as was receiving your small surprise just before Christmas.
      I look forward greatly to your new ideas and seeing where they lead you. Happy new year!

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  5. I love little stitchy landscapes like this, and all the lovely textures within them.

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    1. I think they've become my default response when faced with fabric and thread! Great effort is needed to stop everything turning into a landscape.

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  6. What a beautiful wish (both in words & visually through your lovely, oh-so-tactile, piece)! May your 2015 be full of creativity...I look forward to seeing where your creative journey leads this year...

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    1. Very many thanks for your lovely encouraging comment ... and here's to 2015 for you too! It is always great to visit your blog.

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  7. What a textured piece to wish in the happy new year... same to you too!

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  8. Thank you for visiting and for your kind comment.

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