Saturday, August 13, 2011

TDIPT Mercantile & Some Stitching

I can't believe it's time again for the
Tomorrow night I will be listing two
hand cross stitched items. 
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The first is a small sawdust filled pinkeep with a
PA Redware look to it.  It was inspired 
by a pattern of the same name
by Carriage House Samplings
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Next is a hanging cupboard sampler.
It has a rusty wire hanger and a 
funky skeleton key.
Design by SN Primitives.
 
It's backed with a soft flannel homespun
and a hand stitched wool heart.
Both are stitched with variegated 
flosses on stained linen.
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I've been focusing on some Halloween stitching.
My most favorite holiday of all.
These are a few little designs I've come up 
with and hope to finish these up into something
for next months TDIPT. 
For once I'm ahead of schedule and I have
to say it feels good.  
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I also have a new pinkeep pattern 
all ready to go.
Of course it's a Halloween pattern.  
It's all I can think about :)
I hope to release it tomorrow, so check back!
As always, 
Happy Stitching!
Smiles,
~Nan


9 comments:

Patti said...

Wow! All your offerings are lovely as always! I'm especially partial to your "Hands to Work" piece ~ the finishing is just perfect. Can't wait to see your new design tomorrow!
Blessings, Patti

marly said...

Really nice pieces with great finishing. And that little drawer chest is making me pant.

Karen said...

Oh what pretty goodies! I love the Halloween design you have stitched. Very nice....

Kathy (woolfind) said...

Such a pretty assortment! Thanks for sharing :)

~*Shar*~ said...

Beautiful stitching and finishing hun (as always) I can't wait to see your new halloween design. It's also my favorite holiday; I think I decorate more for halloween than I do for xmas. LOL

Hugs, Shar

primitivebettys said...

All your stitches are just so pretty :)

Kate said...

A gorgeous assortment - especially like the cupboard hanger.

Gabi said...

Lovely stitching and finishing. Looking forward to see your new design

Angie Berry said...

Beautiful pieces Nan, love them!