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Sunday, December 27, 2009

Embroidered block from Crabapple Hill Studios

This is the free pattern for the  Nov. heart block from Crabapple Hill Studios.

Thursday, November 12, 2009

Poinsettia Penny Woolie Table Topper

This table topper is made of wool felt fabric. The pattern can be found in Thimbleberries Four Seasons of Calendar Table Toppers.

Friday, October 30, 2009

Fall is in the Air by Kaaren Johnston

Fall is in the Air by Kaaren Johnston
Originally uploaded by Country Mom

This was a free pattern from Kaaren Johnston. It was easy to stitch and I think it made a great pillow. Thanks Kaaren.

A Christmas Wish BOM from Gail Pan

Originally uploaded by Country Mom

This BOM was so much fun. I really looked forward to getting the new pattern each month and I can't beleive that it was all free. Thank you so much Gail.

Sunday, October 11, 2009

Silent Night Embroidered Pillow

I just finished this cute pillow with a embroidered village.

Monday, October 5, 2009

Free BOM from Crabapple Hill

 This is block #1 2 &3 from Crabapple Hill Designs free BOM. These are fun to do.

Thursday, October 1, 2009

Fall leaves pillow

This fall pillow has patchwork at the top and embroidery at the  bottom. The center has chenille rickrack with a large yoyo and nice wood button. I hand quilted the bottom in a diagonal pattern and I stitched around the patchwork squares with white pearl cotton.

Tuesday, September 29, 2009

Christmas Pillow

I just finished this holiday pillow. The patchwork at the top has been quilted with pearl cotton. I added the prarie point with button to the bottom of that. The Seasons Greetings and the holly and berries are hand embroidered.

Butterfly Needlebook

This is my newest needlebook. The butterfly is  hand embroidered. It ties on the side.
This is the inside. It has four pockets for packages of needles, thimbles, sissors etc.

Sunday, September 27, 2009

New Sewing Machine Mat

Doesn't that look nice?

This is my new sewing machine mat. It has four large pockets across the bottom. The oversized pin cushion on the right velcros to the mat so that it can be carried to other places in the sewing room. I think I will leave on the mat. I am famous for misplacing the cushions.