For three years in a row, Classic Sewing magazine has released an annual Christmas ornament featuring the exquisite and delicate artwork of Judy Jamieson. And I am excited to announce the gorgeous 2018 addition! Judy’s artwork is displayed on a glass china ornament with a dainty lattice edge that mimics lace edging in many of the sewing projects that I love.
I could go on and on about how much I adore this collector’s item. Judy’s talents are remarkable, and I am thrilled that we get to play a part in sharing her work with others who love to sew, collect, and decorate, of course! There is just something special and unique about being able to put a name and a story behind a product.
I’ve written before about the collection of silver jingle bell ornaments that Neal and I have been adding to since we were married. The excitement and joy of unpacking our collection year after year never gets old!
I know we are talking about ornaments, but I think tradition in general is why this time of year means so much to people. There is great comfort in returning back to certain places or practices year after year. And from now until the end of December, we get to do just that! Whether it’s tailgating or tree trimming, we all have our autumn and holiday rituals that add to the anticipation and splendor of these few glorious months!