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

Tuesday, January 10, 2017

A little late....

but Happy New Year!  I hope this new beginning will have everyone off to lots of exciting, new stitching adventures.

Things have been fun and exciting this holiday season with a new grand baby.  I'm looking forward to all the changes he'll be going through this coming year.  Next Christmas, when he will be walking, will be special.

  Baby Sammy shown here with his Uncle Mike.

Now to get started on a few new projects for the new year!

Wednesday, December 21, 2016

* ~ * MERRY CHRISTMAS!! * ~ *

                                Wishing everyone joy and peace for this Christmas season.:))

Monday, November 14, 2016


https://www.craftsy.com/…/patterns/little-bo-sheep-s…/268857 Here ya go! I've made my December Little Bo Sheep available, for free, for a limited time.  Click on the link to go to the Craftsy website.
Little Bo Sheep's December is one of my favorites.  Hope you enjoy stitching her, as well.

Sunday, October 23, 2016

An Oldie, but a Goodie!

Annabelle, my bunny rabbit.  She is one of the very first of my designs I used for part of a quilt.  Here's one of my favorite blocks of Annabelle with her sheepie pull toy.  I finally finished the hand quilting on this one, which was started a few years ago.

Wednesday, October 12, 2016

* * * A Haunted House ****

Maybe, but I think the ghosts may be a bit too friendly to do much haunting!

Another house for my "Spooky Towne" neighborhood.

Friday, October 7, 2016


Well, not so much.  Here's a picture of one of the houses in my "Spooky Towne" project.  A few different homes to such creatures as Frankenstein, Dracula, Mr. Skelly Bones, a mummy...you get the idea, right.  The creatures themselves are not necessarily going to be a part, just where they live in "Spooky Towne."  :0))

This one belongs to....can you guess?

Skelly Bones...

The title for the block is "Pushing Up Daisies."  I know...definitely a warped sense of humor. ;))

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..

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