I wish you all very H a p p y H o l i d a y s! Thanks for reading ,encouraging,leaving comments,sending lovely mails and being such a great friends!
I'm taking some time to relax,and work on my new project,which I can't wait to show you on monday January 5th!

sardinian textile art

I hadn't had time to visit textile museum ,luckily our Bed&Breakfast was decorated with sardinian tapestry that I like so much.
I know ,this is not a Christmas time color palette,but I have to share this wonderful view on sardinian sea.I was there for my friend's wedding this weekend.No need to say how wonderful it was.I hope that you had great weekend ,too!
The shop is updated with these kitchen prints!Thanks Deedeen for correcting my French!
I had a lot of fun ,last night ,drinking good wine ...
eating a lot of bread (to absorb the wine) ...and admiring this '50 Kitchen Cabinet with a modern metallic handles...
My birthday is coming soon and I want to treat myself with some vintage enamel flowers,but it's SO hard to choose!All of these are from eBay ,but there is an incredible range on Etsy ,too
Sorry for being absent these days but I'm drawing a lot of color vegetables rather than stripes, lately.This evening I will have a small stand with some prints,calendars and lot of other stuff for sell.I know that you have already seen these on my blog ,in the past,but I like to see how they look all together.Have a great weekend!!!
makes me happy:black and white view this morning,

colorful tiles come out not as bad as I thought
It's holiday here today, so what more could you ask for,on a freezing monday morning.Warm cookies I suppose.

p.s.thanks for all your suggestions about Hungarian books

Janos Kass

I'm in LOVE with a illustrations made by Hungarian artist Janos Kass . I have bought these stamps last year on eBay,and I just saw some wonderful books at Uresica,this morning.

I would really like to have some of his books,and I found this site,but I don't understand Hungarian :(,any suggestion is welcome...
Have a nice weekend!
Needlepointers help needed!Lately ,two great needlepointers wrote to me ,so I took from the drawer my forgotten project and thought some of you might help:
I have seen this Elisabeth's cushion about a year ago and felt in love immediately.It seemed to me like a big needlepoint,so I bought the canvas shown above,but I can't find anywhere the name of this technique.Do you have any suggestion?