4 x 6 sawdust filled pinkeep.
Stitched over 2 threads on
32 ct Antique White Linen by DoveStitch
This is beautiful high quality linen and
is such a joy to stitch on.
This pattern will be available in
my Etsy shop and also by direct email.
You can contact me about purchasing the pattern
or any questions at
Thank you so very much to all of you
who have emailed me about the pattern.
Designing brings my much joy.
I hope you will enjoy stitching this.
I've been hard at work designing and just finished up
stitching the model this morning.
Still need to do the finishing, but that's the easy part.
I hope to have my new pattern printed up soon.
This is a very old traditional German motif and it really
reminded me of Christmas when I saw it.
I stitched it in my favorite colors along with the
saying "Be Ye Merry" and added a border.
GET READY !
We are having an open house in November on the
TDIPT Mercantile with a Colonial Christmas theme.
Each of our talented artists will be creating something
special and unique to go with the theme.
So, I thought my new "Be Ye Merry" design would go
nicely with the Colonial theme.
Our Open House will have tons of prizes!
I will be donating a special handmade, along with these
Big Brown Dog Primitives
Boggy Bottom Bayou
Brady Bears Studios
Country Thyme Stitchery
Crowsnest Pass Primitives
Diamond K Folk Art
Eat Crow Primitives
Enchanted Woods Folk Art
Hot Metal Mama and Nostalgic Folk Art
Meadowbrook Cabin Primitives
Moon Pie Primitives
Nothing Plain by Jane
Old Branch Hollow
Pear Tree Primitives
Prairie House Primitives
The Wooden Acorn
1897 House Primitives
Getting entered into the drawing is easy - all you have to do is:
and below is a Stein Pumpkin I purchased on a trip
to Ligonier, PA. What a wonderful
little town that was to visit.
A folk art paradise.
This is an antique bentwood chair that I won at auction
and have in our kitchen. I love anything with a lollipop
top and have a large collection of kraut cutters hung
about the kitchen.
This is our sun porch. The awesome scarecrow
is by my other TDIPT sister, Cookie
of Curds and Whey. I put his little crow buddy
up in the garden sieve.
We really have some wonderful talented artists
in our group and as I'm sure you can tell, I'm a big
fan of their work.
Historic Philadelphia, Pennsylvania, United States
I fell in love with stitching counted cross stitch over 15 years ago and it has become a part of my every day routine. I love anything primitive, so I'm drawn to stitching in that style.
In early 2010 I started my pattern design business, Threadwork Primitives and released my first pattern.
If you are interested in purchasing
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