Tuesday, December 15, 2009

Deeeaaar Santa,

How have you been? I hope you've had some time for rest and relaxation during this busy season.

It's been a long time since I wrote, but believe me, you have been on my mind. I have wonderful memories of past Christmases and always appreciated how well you treated me when I was a young girl.

Santa, I have a few Christmas wishes this year. I really, really want to go back to Paris. Can you help?

Perhaps that's too big a wish. I don't want to appear greedy, so I'll give you some other ideas. Like you, I love red, so how about some Inkwell Reds fabric from The Fat Quarter Shop?

Or a fat quarter bundle of Cayenne 19th Century Reds...


Or some yardage of this beautiful Rouenneries Turkey Red Josephine?

I like this Blush fat quarter bundle, too, even though it's not red.


Santa, I know you're busy making sure that all the good little children's Christmas wishes come true. I've tried very hard to be good this year. I've worked hard and haven't complained - well, okay, I have complained a lot. Oh maybe I haven't been that good after all, but I'll be better next year. Promise!
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xo
Rachel

(Want to play? Go here to send your quilty Christmas wish to Santa.)

10 comments:

Pat said...

My letter will be part of tomorrow's blog post. Gosh...you gave him choices...I didn't!!! LOL

goldenbird said...

Very cute! I hope all of your Christmas wishes come true, both quilty and Frenchy.

Dogwood said...

I hope you get everything you want for Christmas!

I just opened a Christmas card from you...sweet little dog. And, oh my your ATC this month is so beautiful. I love it. I can't stop looking at it! I can see why your home in St George is the most peaceful place for you. I am glad that you find peace in your sewing room.

Have a fun and silly day!

Thimbleanna said...

Given the first big wish, I would have been disappointed if I hadn't seen Rouenneries in your list LOL! Good luck with your Santa letter!

PunkiePie said...

Good luck Rachel! I hope Santa listens!

Sinta Renee said...

I love your letter to Santa. I think it's ok not to be "good", you just aren't suppose to be bad-right?

Sara said...

Oh, I ask Santa for some balipops - Sherbert to be exact! We shall see what Santa does...

Camille said...

Good luck- especially with that first one! ;-) Merry Christmas!

What Comes Next? said...

May all your Christmas wishes come true! Paris in the springtime would be lovely, wouldn't it? and your fabric choices - how can you not be lucky when you have such good taste?

Carolyn said...

I hope all your wishes come true!
Thank you for visiting and Merry Christmas to you and yours,
Carolyn