Friday, April 5, 2019

Sarah Sykes Sampler

My Adaptation Of Sarah's Sampler

                         Sarah's Original Sampler Stitched in 1883       

I am not sure how many people even read Blogger anymore but I will keep posting my latest chart releases here for as long as I can. I miss the good old days when Blogger was so much more active than it is now but I guess Facebook has taken its toll...sigh.

Anyway, here is my latest pattern called "Sarah Sykes Sampler". This one is adapted from an antique sampler I have in my personal collection...I really love how the colors are just perfect for spring. I made a few minor changes from the original but just enough to where it needed to be called an adaptation and not a reproduction. The pattern to stitch Sarah's sampler is now available in my Etsy shop...hope you like it!

Sandy

Thursday, January 31, 2019

Valentine Angel


I am very excited to finally have a new design to show you! This sweet little stitch is called "Valentine Angel". The pattern is now available in my Etsy shop for those of you who might like to stitch one for yourself. Hope you like her!

And speaking of Valentines, my son got married on the 19th of this month and I couldn't be happier for him and my wonderful new daughter-in-law. I pray they will have many happy years together. Life is good and I feel so very blessed!!!

Sandy

Friday, October 12, 2018

Autumn Pinkeep


Some of you may remember this design from several years ago. I finally decided to chart it this year and offer it as a pattern. "Autumn Pinkeep" is now available in my Etsy shop as either a mailed paper pattern or PDF file. Hope you like it!

Wishing you a beautiful day filled with everything that makes you smile.

Happy autumn stitching,
Sandy

Thursday, October 11, 2018

Pumpkin Time


I hope you are all having a wonderful autumn season so far. Here is one of my last autumn cross stitch designs for this year...hope you like it. This pattern is called "Pumpkin Time" and is now available in my Etsy shop. Thanks so much for looking!

Happy stitching,
Sandy