Good Evening Everyone!
I can't believe I'm on the computer at 10:30 at
night. Avery, Hollis, and Paul came home
tonight for the weekend. It is their fourth
wedding anniversary - which I cannot believe -
so they are enjoying a night on the town while
Grammie and Papa babysit. Well, Avery had
other ideas about going to bed, but we finally
won out and he is blissfully asleep. I'm absolutely
wired so here I am and happy to announce
the models for
are finished. If you love sheep as I do, I
cannot believe that you will not want these
added to your Christmas decorations.
There are actually four graphs. Each of
the little ornaments are just a little
different from the long Cupboard Tuck,
pin cushion, or Hanging.
The wonderful rick rack and chenille are courtesy
of Elizabeth from Dames Of The Needle. It is
just the perfect color for these projects. This new
line of trims is called "From The Cauldron".
This was a design I did for the Just Cross Stitch
seminar in Colonial Williamsburg - hence
the colonial theme. I'm calling it a Hanging
Pocket. Fill it with fresh boxwood and some
Now you can see the wonderful Week's Dye
Works' felted wool that makes the back of the pocket
Of course, the Olde Brass "Pineapple" adds
the perfect touch. An alphabet is provided for
an initial in the center.
Hope you like my new wares. Am trying to ship these
late next week, so let me know if you are interested.
Have a great weekend! You know what Lehmer and I will
be doing. There won't be much stitching going on
Many Happy Stitches,