.....it all began with one thread....















Wednesday, September 28, 2016

No place like....

'gnome!'  Ha! Ha!  Here's a picture of a small Christmas mouse gnome design I drew.  Backstitched and colored with crayons..




Thanks for stopping by!

Sunday, September 4, 2016

Hall'ewe'ween!

That's right...Hall'ewe'ween!  Take a peek...Little Bo Sheep and her kitty friend all ready for Halloween! 





I am offering this as a freebie on Craftsy.  Here's the link:
HALL'EWE'WEEN!
Have fun with Little Bo Sheep and her kitty.  Watch out for the spooky, little spider!


Wednesday, August 10, 2016

My little garden blocks

I wasn't quite sure what I was going to do with all those little 6"garden blocks I have been making.  I finally decided on a layout for most of them.  The borders will be added, once I finally decide on the colors.

Thanks for stopping by and having a look. ;)

Monday, August 8, 2016

Sunny

Sunny, with a chance of cuteness!  Every garden needs a little sunshine! 


And another ray of sunshine was welcomed on August 2, 2016:  Baby Samuel, at 7 lbs. 5 ounces,  our first grandchild!


Saturday, July 23, 2016

A few little bulbs

One more of the small blocks for my garden-themed project.  I am also working on a happy sun block, as well..almost done. Meanwhile, here's a look at those bulbs:



 
I am working on a few blocks with words to go with this one.  Reap, sow, grow and plant are a few of the words, which are stitched in wool felt.   The words will be a few different greens, but all on the same background.   The first one:
 
 
I hope you are able to 'reap' all the benefits of summer! 
 
 
 
 
 

Monday, June 27, 2016

Bumbles

That's what I have been calling them...they are just so chubby and cute, my bumble bees, that is.
Take a peek. 

This is a smaller one.
Here's one that's a bit bigger:
And, a ladybug, too!


Very quick and easy to stitch; my kind of 'bug!'  :))

Saturday, June 4, 2016

Bzzzzz. . .

and bzzzz....

What's a buzz, you say?  Take a peek at my little baby bee peeking out of the entrance to the bee hive.


 
She's very small...only three inches wude from petal to petal!
 
More to come!