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Christmas Cheer

Are y'all ready for Christmas? presents wrapped? cookies baked? house decorated? really, so you're really, really done...okay then...come on over and help at my house, we'd love to have ya!

I've enlisted the help of elves to help get me through this Christmas season...

Do ya think they're up for the job?

Wave hello to Dee & Nancy...Kelly Ann's Quilting has their own personal elves sent by Santa to help...take a look at those scrappy vest...and yes Dee made both of them...and I want those shoes, who wouldn't want shoes with bells on them.

I'm not ready for Christmas, still lots of sewing to be finished, wrapped and mailed...yikes, yes I said mailed. I think I might actually catch up this weekend, why you ask, because we're expecting 8 to 12 inches of snow starting early tomorrow and ending on Sunday. This is where I give a shout out to my friend Sharon who loves snow and bless her pea pickin' heart hasn't gotten a big snowfall Sharon..come on over to Virginia, we'll have enough to share.

so until I post....
stay warm...
stay healthy....
keep sewing....
Kelly Ann


  1. Snow!!!!! I'm excited!!!! I found Christmas Kelly...come see!

  2. I am coming right over!!!! Those little elf shoes look like the ones my little kiddies are going to wear tomomrrow in our Christmas musical. lolol


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