I just finished this sampler. I saw it done up many months ago and just knew I had to do it some day. I had to special order it. Mine is done on 32 count fabric and the finished area is 6 1/2 inches by 7 inches. It was so much fun to stitch and I decided to do the sheep all in french knots. I love how they look all wooly!
Here is a closer view of their wool. Some people don’t like doing french knots but I don’t really mind. That’s a lot of french knots too!
Have a great week!
I found this some time ago and thought how fun it would be to make an Easter Apron or towel with these adorable bunnies and eggs on it.
It comes from this Danish website called Hjemmet. You can go here for the direct link to the article and just below the text you will see,”See the diagram on the apron here” that leads you to the PDF.
Have fun making something with this adorable bunny family.
As you can tell from my banner, my daffodils are in bloom. So welcome spring with this bunny from Durene Jones FB page.
You can find the chart by going here. It’s from March 2016 posting and it captures the essence of spring.
Have a great week.
Update to Thursday’s post. My sister made this little pattern up for a pin of her own. Didn’t it turn out well!
Yesterfood offered this simple shamrock pattern for St. Patrick’s Day. You can make it into a button, pin, or card and you can whip it up in a matter of minutes.
I know I’m a day early but this will give you time to make a button to wear tomorrow if you want.
Take care and have a good weekend.
Have you seen the latest free download from The Cricket Collection? It’s called Pussy Willow Egg and I can’t wait to sew it up.
Just follow the link above and click on their image to get your own PDF chart.
Get a good night’s sleep and enjoy your week ahead!
For a while Maria’s website monthly freebies link was broken, but I checked this week and this cute chart was there under the free charts link. It’s called Be Happy Buttons and they do make you happy just seeing them.
Save it off if you want it because it should change in a month.
Have a great weekend.
If you’d like a quick little something to make into a pin for St. Patrick’s Day try this one from Killer Crafts & Crafty Killers.
Thanks for stopping by.