It's been a super busy summer with weddings, vacations, graduations, sports, etc. it's time to settle things down and get some stitching done. Only 124 days till Christmas; how about a new pattern from the PinKeep to work on? You can find this new release under my pattern page.
Thought I would share my next Prim Sisters project for Country Sampler's Prim Sisters Club. I just shipped the patterns to Spring Green and the linen should be arriving shortly. I have called this Sarah Hand's Simple House. There is still room to join this fun club. Nan Lewis, Threadwork Primitives, will be preparing the next project for the club. You can see her first club project here http://sgcountrysampler.com/wp/girls-club/. Enjoy!
This pattern is now back in stock. I lost my charting for this pattern when I switched charting software and have not had the time to re-chart. I've had several requests for it so I made some time and got it done. Let me know if you have been waiting for it and I will get it out to you. Linda
I thought I would share my purchases from the Cabin Fever Antique Show here in Lincoln this weekend. It is a two day show with about 80 vendors. If the Packers weren't playing this afternoon, I would probably go back and look around again. Can't wait to stitch some samplers for the three frames and the cabinet is going to hold my floss for my current projects. I seem to lose control of the tags when I'm working on something. Love my new little black box which I think I will store my scissors and needles in and last but not least a Sampler from 1835. This sampler is done in some great Christmas colors. Enjoy your Sunday!
Best Christmas Present ever...a new magnifying Floor Ott Light Yippee.. I've been doing a little test stitching with it over the last few days. I didn't really want to stitch something for Christmas as it was almost over so I've moved onto Valentine's Day. Hope everybody had a great Christmas; we were blessed to spend the week before Christmas in Cozumel and had an awesome time scuba diving, snorkeling and laying on the beach....Now back to the cold weather.
I pretty much love everything primitive. As a child I would spend hours cutting up grandma's old flour sacks and turn them into some sort of creation. I love rug hooking, stitching, reading and whatever else catches my eye. Me and my husband live on an acerage in Nebraska and have a one son.
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