I am about a quarter towards my goal of completing the top canopy. The Good Stuff. I want to passthestash and sprinklestitchykindness on you all in chart form. SO, in the comments, please indicate which piece s you would like to go in the draw to win. I will post worldwide, but you will only be eligible to win ONE chart. Hopefully there is something to entice everyone! Have fun, share this around, do whatever.
Everyone but Hannah Montgomery, that is. She just needs a vacation. Three weeks in New Zealand to sort out her life, figure out what she wants, seems just right. Oh, and to relax. She should definitely put that on the agenda. But maybe just this once. But how can he convince her to let down her guard enough to explore what they could have together?
James, while a Yank, has spent enough time here to perfectly describe our environment and she does it so well. The best thing? The titles are now available on Kindle Unlimited and James has written plenty of others too. Book One, Just This Once, is available for free on most platforms in any case. I had a full-on day yesterday, so apologies for not writing.
If you want a match report, go HERE. The only wet was from beer spillage when the people in front of me cheered. Unexpectedly, the Auckland Blues won Personally, used to rugby league referees, I thought this one sucked when it came to positioning. The image on the right is very true to the colours of the fabric, which is Country Stitch Antarctic Storm on 28ct lugana.
And another month draws to a close and I got some stitching in! Mind you, it was a bit of a race for the last portions of beading on Mermaids but — I got a finish!!!
My goal for the month was to finish all the stitching, but I could see the finish line and off I went. Thank you Lori forbyour awesome Designs for hours of stitching pleasure and these delightful freebies, I grabbed a few lol.
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Your designs are always so cute. Thank you for sharing.
Thank you so much for the freebies. I would like to stitch grand old flag, do you happen to have the color chart that goes with it? Thank you so much.
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I have read your article and this is really impressive for new readers and this is such beneficial blog for developing knowledge about embroideries techniques. Now get Cap Digitizing with perfect result is possible. Post a Comment. Click on the chart you want to stitch, then save it to your computer and print out. Email This BlogThis! For all the inspiration you provide, it's no wonder. All the finishing are wonderful as always but the little lock is my favorite. I take fabric out to view them all too, but I don't put them back.
Then I can't find anything. Carol, hope you are feeling better. Love your stitching smalls, they are always so cute and put into lovely finished pieces. Happy Valentines Day.
Have a good time visiting with your parents -- so glad your husband can come too: HUGS to you! Such sweet finishes Carol! And the fabrics you used to finish are darling. With a kid at school it almost impossible not to get. Happy Valentine's Day to you too! Ana Paula. Carol, Once again your post is full of inspiration! Your beautiful finishes are always so perfect. Love what you have stitched and finished! I am amazed that you have only used 1 sick day in 17 years..!
That has to be a miracle.
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I can't make that claim. I hope you get to accrue what you don't use.. Glad you husband can go with you on your trip. Have a good time. What great Feb finishes Carol. The Valentine for your husband is wonderful - and, as you wrote, something that will last Oh Carol - they are all SO cute your Valentine smalls. You are so talented in selecting wonderful freebies and finishing them to those little treasures!! Hope you feel well soon. All the best for your trip to your parents Hugs Hilda. Your beautiful finishes are all adorable, as usual.
Sorry you've been under the weather, but glad to hear your recovering in time for V-day. I love, love the sewing Valentine! Be well - safe travels. Get Well wishes for that rotten cold Carol x Your stitchy freebies are gorgeous and all finished lovely, I'm sure your DH will love the gift you've made for him and YES! Enjoy your week and have a good trip xxx.
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And again your finishing of these little beauties is just outstanding. All the three of them are overflowing of creativity, just wonderful. It's always a delight to see a new post on your blog and to see your latest finishes. Awww, what a sweet start to Valentine's Day. I love what you have stitched, of course. I am glad your DH is driving up with you this time and it will make the trip so much more enjoyable. I hope you get to go out for a nice dinner. Lovely gifts from Lois and Myra! Have a good week, Carol! Another great collection!
But I'm not so orderly as you when I look for fabrics. I start pulling pieces out and then before I know it, the only thing I've "created" is a disaster area!
Wishing you a speedy recovery Carol, you would not like to be driven to NY feeling poorly! Love all your Valentine ornaments and so beautifully made!! Lovely birthday present's, have a chocolat Valentine;. Oh my gosh I love your Valentine pieces.
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I still remember the smell from that heart fabric! I 'm glad you are doing better, have a safe trip to see your parents, I hope all goes well and not to stressful for you. Thank you for the sweet little card at the end of your post, I love those little cards, they bring back such wonderful memories Ow my goodness!!
What a beautifull pieces!! I love the pattern of the header!!
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