Mistletoe Crow

Happy Holidays, everyone!

This year is my turn to host Christmas, I have been very busy but I managed to stitch this piece.

Design by Notforgotten Farm – Mistletoe Crow.
The design can be found at Punch Needle and Primitive Stitcher magazine Christmas-Winter Issue 2018.
Stitched on 40 count Moka Newcastle linen with DMC floss.

Thanks for stopping by today!

Wishing you all a very Merry Christmas!!

Welcome Spring

Spring has finally arrived and we are almost in the Summer...
Let's celebrate with this cute Spring design.

Design by Teresa Kogut's Creative Whims, Inc - Welcome Spring.
The pattern can be found on the Punch Needle & Primitive Stitcher Magazine, Spring 2018.

Stitched on 40 count Newcastle Platinum linen with DMC and Weeks Dye works threads.

Thanks for visiting! Happy day!

Stitcher’s Christmas Sewing Roll

Look at that lovely bird! He is so beautiful!

Made into a sewing roll.

Design by SubRosa Design – Stitcher’s Christmas Sewing Roll.
The pattern is from the Punch Needle and Primitive Stitcher Magazine, 2017 Christmas-Winter Issue.

Stitched on 40 count Brown Paper hand dyed linen from xJudesign with Weeks Dye Works and The Gentle Art Sampler Threads.

Thanks for visiting!
Have a wonderful Sunday!

Good witch / Sleeping like the Dead


Two pretty designs from Eszter by SubRosa Design.

The first one is a witch! I really love the alphabet around the witch!

Model by SubRosa Design – Good Witch.
Design from the magazine Punch Needle & Primitive Stitcher Magazine 2017 Fall Issue.

Stitched on 40 count Caramel linen (hand dyed by me) with the recommended Weeks Dye Works threads.

The next one is a bit creepy, or maybe not! But I really like this one!

Model by SubRosa Design – Sleeping like the Dead.
Stitched on 40 count Flax linen with DMC and Nina’s Threads!

That tree is really pretty! And I made into a pinkeep drum:

Happy Halloween!

Lesley, had some issue with my blog a few weeks ago.
I always thought the problem was with her device, but after thinking about it a lot I came to the conclusion that it could be that the blog was not encrypted.
My sincere apologies, Lesley. Now the blog is more secure, the difference is only at https://, that little “s” makes my entire blog more secured.
I also removed the captcha plugin for comments! You just need to type the comment, add the name/email/ blog and post the comment!
Please if any of you have some problems, let me know!

Thank you so much for visiting!
Happy stitching,