Sunday, February 6, 2011

Be Mine Pattern

Better late than never, as they say.  This really is a much later release than I expected, with Valentine's Day right around the corner.  You know how it goes, the best laid plans.
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Here is the "Be Mine" pinkeep pattern that I have been working on.

It's stitched on 30 ct R& R 18th Century Stone linen using DMC floss.
Stained with walnut crystal mixture and stuffed with sawdust.
Pattern comes complete with pattern cover, fully detailed color chart, supply list and instructions.
If interested you may email me at nanlewis@comcast.net or it is available in my Etsy shop.
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Thank you for taking the time to visit and for all of your wonderful comments. 
From what I here there is a new storm brewing.  How I long for spring.
Stay warm and  happy stitching.
~Nan

18 comments:

Myra said...

That is just lovely!

~Judy~ said...

LOVE THIS! I will be getting this one. Just beautiful!!!

primitivebettys said...

Your patterns are always lovely :)

Carla said...

So pretty!

Joy said...

I have to agree...Love it!

Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

I also have to agree ~ I Love It!
Prim Blessings! Robin

Myglorystars said...

love it Nan, absolutely beautiful!!!

Karen said...

Another cute design!

Sandra said...

Hi Nan,
Such a charming Valentine design. This should be
very popular.

Many Happy Stitches,
Sandra
Homespun Elegance

Sue said...

I just found your blog and I love the pinkeep. Perfect!

Tamaravvo said...

Very cute little heart!

Dora said...

This is a wonderful valentine pattern. Pretty colors!

Penny said...

Oh my -- I just love this! I'll be ordering this one for sure!

The Crackling Crows said...

Oh my oh my Nan...your *Be Mine8 came out awesome!!! I love love love your work...your XSBFF Ivonne

Moonpie primitives said...

Hi Nan:
You did it again....Love your new patten...
Happy stitching, Nancy

clob said...

hello Nan !
another so cute design !!!

Pointed Stitcher said...

Beautiful finish, I love the linen you stitched this on.

Angie Berry said...

Very pretty! I love the heavily stained look the walnut mixture gives it.