Embroidered Skier Sheets

Well, the plow is in front of my house at this very moment cleaning up a small snow berm left from earlier this week. It's that time of year again. The mountains are starting to open and I plan to be skiing in a few weeks (I ski Squaw Valley and if that's your mountain, I  hope to see you on the slopes!)    
                                                                                                                 
Anyway, here's a little tidbit just to get you into the mood. After a long days ski, what better way to climb into a cozy warm bed than with these charming embroidered skier sheets?


A client tipped me off to these...thanks, Laura!  The link is at 



And just a reminder, the flannel sheets below are available at Garnet Hill . I've posted them before but thought I would include them again.


Charming!




Stay warm!

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