Monday, April 30, 2012

Early Work Mercantile Time

Here we are at the beginning of another new month which means it is time to show you my latest Early Work Mercantile offerings. For the month of May, I decided to stitch a wonderful design by Stacy Nash called "Fancy Brown Sewing Pouch". I've had this pattern for a while but am so glad I finally got around to making it. Stacy's designs are just amazing and always fun to work on :)

My second offering is for a pinkeep designed by Country Rustic Primitives. It is called "Primitive Sampler Style Pinkeep". I always love Jenny's designs and also school girl samplers so this was a really fun piece to stitch. Both the pouch and the pinkeep are stitched on linen and then antiqued for a warm primitive finish.

These will be posted later this evening if you happen to be in the Early Work neighborhood and care to take a peek! There are some amazing artists on the Early Work site and the list just keeps growing and growing. I am pleased and honored to be a part of such a talented group of artisans.

 Thanks so much and...Happy May!


Patty C. said...

Awesome work ;)

Sharlene said...

I am stunned by your wonderful work and you marvelous site. I am blown away by the quality of your pieces. I am so glad I came across your blog.

Mugwump Woolies said...

Beautiful work!

Deppen homestead 1862 said...

Beautiful offerings

Betty Lou said...

Beautiful, just beautiful.

Elisabetta said...

Wonderful works, the bag is irresistable!

Julie - My Primitive Heart said...

Hi Sandy,
Your pieces are really lovely!! You do such beautiful work!! I love both of them but my favorite one is the pocket!! Gorgeous!!
Hope you are doing well and having a lovely May Day!!
Warm Hugs~~

The Humble Stitcher said...

Thanks, everyone! The pocket is actually the first one I've ever made but I am definitely going to be making more :)
Hope you all have a wonderful day!

earlyamerica 1815 said...

You really do beautiful work Sandy!! I especially love the pocket...those colors are so pretty!! Enjoy your day, Tina