Saturday, March 24, 2012

And the winner is ........

Ok I just had my drawing and my daughter picked from the hat and the winner Nataly. I am waiting for Nataly to get in touch and I will mail the chart out. Congratulations !! and thank you to everyone that left me a message, it makes me happy to hear from you!

Thursday, March 22, 2012

time for a Give-Away again

I would like to give away 1 chart of "Stitch An Inch Spring".
So just leave me a message and I will add you to my hat and have the drawing on Saturday the 24th.
It feels like summer today in the 80's. So what will summer be like :? 
Who knows!!

Monday, March 19, 2012

Here is the cover for Stitch An Inch Spring

Here is a photo of the cover and I am in the process of stitching it for you to see.

Saturday, March 17, 2012

Blueberry Hill

Here is Blueberry Hill as a whole.  I just woke up from a nap :) and figured I better get this picture up for you. Stitch An Inch Spring tomorrow. Have a happy St Patty's Day.

Friday, March 16, 2012

Blueberry Hill

Here are some peeks at Blueberry Hill. I will post the whole picture on Saturday. 
And "Stitch An Inch Spring" is ready for some peeks this weekend too.
Have a good day

Sunday, March 11, 2012

A few pictures to share

I went to Yankee Cross Stitch the other day and changed my display table from Christmas to flowers.
I have on display the Funky Flowers and a huge wool flower pin cushion that I made.

I also finished designing Stitch An Inch Spring and almost finished with Blueberry Hill. They should be available by the end of next week.
I will post peeks soon but for today I am sharing the photos from Yankee of the new display and the huge wool pin cushion.

Oh and yes my  Christmas Cactus is in bloom and Tobey posed for me so I could show how big he has gotten since Christmas :)

Have a wonderful day

Friday, March 02, 2012

New Home For Funky Flowers over (1)

I finished the framing for the 5 Funky Flowers that were stitched over (1) with the frames from Old Colonial. I needed them to be all together so that I could send them on trunk shows and not get lost. I hope you like it.

My mother just happened to find this frame for me which had a small inspirational poster in it. I took the poster out and went to the paper store to find something special  that would go with the colors. I needed it plain so it would not take away from the stitched flowers. I found a green(Just the right shade) and a brown corrugated cardboard that matched the brown in the frames from Olde Colonial. I glued the framed pieces down and thought that the in between spaces were to plain. So I got out my handy friend "the Wool" and I cut some circles, gathered them, stuffed and added lines around them. I also cut out leaves and stitched lines for the veins and of course dots for the theme of all the Funky Flowers. Then I glued them down and I am happy with it.
So just an idea to spice up some framing.

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Hi everyone, my name is Donna. I just love stitching of all sorts, I also love antique, and book stores. I am married and I have 2 children, and 3 grandchildren :). My Christian faith is the foundation of my life, and has sustained me through the ups and downs of this journey. Keep spreading kindness so you can change the world. So glad you stopped by, leave me a message and I will stop by and visit you.

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