Before everyone arrives for our Thanksgiving family gathering, I am making pie crust for the pecan pie, dough for my “famous” cranberry bread, and doing the prep to make Gram’s turkey dressing. Each family is bringing their contributions to the meal (feast). Thanksgiving Day is a flurry of activity with too many cooks in the kitchen—just how we like it! And sitting at the table with the feast before us, we give thanks. Thanks to each other, and to our Creator. We are blessed!
And before everyone arrives I also manage to sley the reed on the Standard. A different kind of dressing—loom dressing.
A feast for the eyes and hands and heart. Thankful indeed!
May you give thanks,
8 thoughts on “Two Kinds of Dressing”
One more thing to be thankful for. People in the world who share their blessings.
Good morning, Nannette, You’re welcome! And thank you for your sweet encouragement.
Simply said, and so beautifully pictured. Your words inspire joy in life!
Hi Sue, It’s quite possible that thankfulness is the very root of joy.
All the best,
Wow! How many ends is that?
Hi Marjorie, This is 984 ends. I wanted this throw to be almost the full weaving width of the loom.
I am so happy that you had a Thanksgiving of family and good food, Karen. I imagine the pecan pie was all the sweeter for the help!
Thank you for sharing with us.
Hi Annie, We treasure the time we have with family. That pecan pie came out really delicious. It didn’t last long. Yes, that kind of help is sweet indeed!