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Sunday, November 22, 2009

{ In the Meadow... }

Here it is as promised...
my new little punch needle pattern for the snow-y days ahead...
"In the Meadow..."

I can remember, when I was younger,
never wanting to come inside during the winter months...

If we had a snow day (& we had ALOT in Connecticut!!),
I would get out of bed, don my boots & woolies and out the door I went...
spending the entire day out in the cold.
(well,...maybe coming in occasionally to warm up
by sticking my frozen toes on the steam radiator~)
and my favorite time of day was dusk...
as the daylight faded, the snow would sparkle....
ah...Childhood Memories...
If you would like to purchase "In the Meadow..."
please email me at not4got@aol.com
(paper pattern, color/floss guide, staining technique, color photos)
$8.00 per pattern
(finished project measures approx. 8.75" x 6")
I chose to stitch mine onto a simple bag
that I made from prairie cloth...
and stuffed it with greens:

~or~ yours could be framed, or made into a pillow...
it will be available also on ebay, but not till tomorrow,
nor will the fraktur that I thought I would finish by this eve...
my carpal tunnel is acting up & I need to give my poor hands a break!

Thanks my Friends~
Blessed be!


magikalseasons said...

Enchanting love it! We are waiting for the snow to fly here in Michigan. Can't wait. :)

Linda B said...

How adorable! And your idea of the bag to put greens in is wonderful.

Cinlyn said...

LOVE it! (like there was any doubt)...yeah, I'll probably have to get that one...no rush tho'!
Have a wonderful day!

Jeanne said...

Wow, this is great...love the primitive look to it. I hope you have more Christmas patterns coming out !!!

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