Happy Holidays

As promised, I said I would share my holiday card this week and I figured Christmas Eve was as good a day as ever. Cards have been hitting mailboxes…packages on the hand have not, but I’m being patient and knowing they will get there eventually. I also have a Dana’s Edit up on the MDK site too for your reading pleasure.

Holiday 2020

You saw my sweater and Kendell and Jellybean’s sweaters the other day, but here we all are together. I like to coordinate but not completely match, it helps to add a little interest in pictures. added bonus, the dark teal on our kitchen walls compliments the color palette I chose too.

I also used the Kwanzaa stamps from the US Postal Service because they were designed by my friend Andrea Pippins and I thought this might be the coolest thing ever.

Holiday 2020

2020 has definitely been a year, so I am going to take my down time to really try to fill my tank back up before the semester begins. I’ll be back to posting in a week or so because I definitely plan on just knitting. If you celebrate Christmas, Merry Christmas to you. If you don’t, I wish you peace and love over this holiday season.

Stay safe, wash your hands and wear a mask! See you in the new year!

26 Replies to “Happy Holidays”

  1. My day is always a bit happier when I see your post in my email. I love your sense of color,your beautiful family and of course your beautiful projects. Wishing you the best for the coming new year.

  2. The world is definitely brighter with you in it Dana! Enjoy your much deserved down time with your family.
    MERRY CHRISTMAS!

  3. What a beautiful family, all in sweaters! Merry Christmas, and thank you for all you do for us, your readers!

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  4. Every blessing of the holiday season to you, Kendell, and Jellybean! Thank you for the yards of happiness you bring to my blog feed: it brings me joy in these uncertain times.

  5. Merry Christmas to you and your adorable family. Your column is a joy to me. Your knit work is an inspiration. Peace, love, and happy knitting!

  6. Dana you amaze me! Beautiful card, sweaters and family. Love the stamps too!
    Happy Holidays! πŸ€—β€οΈβ­οΈ

  7. So BEAUTIFUL your Christmas cardπŸ€—πŸ˜I hope everyone stays safe and healthy πŸ™πŸ½πŸ™ŒπŸ½Sent from my Verizon, Samsung Galaxy smartphone

  8. Merry Christmas Dana,Kenny and Jellybean. Love your card. I hope everyone stays safe,healthy and enjoy everyone’s company. I love the stamps designed your friend, that is the coolestπŸ™ŒπŸ½πŸ™ŒπŸ½πŸ™ŒπŸ½πŸ™ŒπŸ½ 2021 πŸ™πŸ½πŸ™πŸ½πŸ™πŸ½πŸ™πŸ½

  9. Dana, your holiday photos are beautiful!!! Wishing you a Merry Christmas and a Happy, Healthy, COVID-Free, Maskless New Year!!!

  10. Happy Holidays and I hope you have a lovely long rest. I can’t wait to see your knitting! You’re always an inspiration.

  11. Fantastic pic, Dana! You all look lovely in your sweaters! Cheers to you & yours, & best wishes for a safe, sane & happy new year.

  12. You are GORGEOUS and your family is spectacular! I love what you do for the knitting community and the world. You are a star⭐️ Keep shining🌟

  13. Dana, you’re the best. Truly. I’m ever-grateful for your knitting posts, but also value hearing your thoughts and wisdom. I think about knitting in a whole new way since reading your blog, a genuine gain in attitude (try new things!) and altitude (flying with all the gorgeous colors!) I loved the Kwanzaa stamps this year and now I know who created them. Thank you!

  14. Your card is beautiful!! I love the pictures of your family! Thanks for sharing. Here’s to a much better year, 2021. Keep safe!

  15. Oh I love your blog you can do no wrong in my book! Here’s to filling the tank and a better year in 2021. –And oh what a chuckle Jellybean gives me!

  16. Beautiful card, beautiful family, beautiful smiles! Best wishes for 2021 to you and all your family!

  17. Awwww, great holiday card! You are a beautiful family. Merry Christmas to you all.

  18. Thank you for your voice this yearβ€” and not just about knitting. Enjoy your week β€œoff.” And merry Christmas! (belatedly).

  19. You are so vibrant and positive – it really lifts my email inbox when you appear, a belated miri kirihimete to you and your family

  20. Coming in late to say “happy holidays!” and LOVE the coordination of the sweaters. They coordinate with those wonderful Kwanzaa stamps too. How cool to know the person who designed them! Here’s to recharging!

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