Another beautiful card Mary Anne! I hope you have some pointless time this weekend! Enjoy yourself! Christine x
Oh, that quote applied when we were working!! But now that we re retired, we really do find some pointless things to do EVERYDAY, LOLBe sure to let us know on Monday what your pointless thing done this weekend.xx, Carol
This one stands out to me for some reason, although they all have been quite lovely. What is the original reason behind these. What do people do with them today? I woulddisplay one on a shelf with other pretties.
Haha...love this quote. Number 16 is so pretty. Have a completely "pointless" weekend, yourself, Mary Anne. =)
Exquisite! Such a pretty lady again : )
Ooh, I really love this one!!!
My dear I am amazed at your beautiful CQ postcards and all the work and time you put into them. Now that I am trying to do just the very most basic of stitches I can truly appreciate your work so much better. It is taking me forever to get needle and thread attached to my fabric. I definitely have pointless down for my weekend.
Of course, this lovely lady could only be Sweet Sixteen. A very dainty postcard.
Whites this time! lovely choice of color and stitches to compliment.
Lovely card and I am happily watching tv and playing on the surface as I relax Sunday avo after church.
This one is one of my favorites, I love the delicate greens and pinks! And I'm certainly going to take your advice about the weekend!! It's been HOT here in Missouri this week and I plan to stay inside and finish my book. Happy weekend! Z
Lovely card again :) Such effort you deserved a point-less weekend - is that one without your needle?!!!Hope it was good whichever way it was.Wren x
Again, my comment didn't appear!! was it because I wanted you to make it a round 20??
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