Charts for Sale

Friday, November 2, 2012

Smalls Redux, Victorian Motto Giveaway and More Charts for Sale

       Hello Peeps. I'm really getting all caught up in the needlework smalls and have completed the stitching on a few more of those wonderful Pineberry Lane designs. But first up is Happy Haunting, a freebie design offered by Paulette of Plum Street Samplers fame. Now I just hope I'll be inspired to do some finishing work on all these smalls.

Happy Haunting
Plum Street Samplers
40 ct. Lakeside Vintage Examplar
Hand-dyed Cotton

 Bringing Home the Tree
40 ct Silkweaver Purely Primitive
Hand-Dyed Cotton 
Peace on Earth-Good Will to Men Pinkeeps
40 ct Silweaver Heritage
Hand-Dyed Cotton
Pineberry Lane

      I also started stitching The ES Spot Motif Sampler. I think it falls more in the range of a medium sized project. I fell in love with this sampler when I saw the stitched model at Country Sampler. Somehow I managed to forget all about this design and the chart got buried under the pile. When I was going through my stash to find treasures for my Charts for Sale page I found ES. I love the cheerful reds and pinks of the border flowers.
The ES Spot Motif Sampler
Of Female Worth
36 ct. Lakeside Linen
Hand-Dyed Cotton

      The Victorian Motto Sampler Shoppe is having a 25 Days of Christmas Giveaway. Be sure to stop by her BLOG and enter your name to join in on the Christmas fun.

      I've come across more charts to add to my Charts for Sale pages. I have quite a few Blackbird Designs OOP charts on offer. Click on the tab at the top of the page found underneath my header. I'm also parting with some wonderful Barrick/Carriage House Samplers charts. I've created a separate page. Click on the tab at the top of the page found underneath my header for the CHS Charts for Sale.

      I love reading and responding to your comments. Thank you for taking the time to leave a comment. I'm always disappointed when someone asks me a question, which I'd love to answer, but they are on No Reply. Please be sure to include your e-mail address in your comment so that I can answer your questions. Thanks!

     It's been a chaotic time at Corgi Cottage. My sweet boy, Owen, ruptured his cranial cruciate ligament and had to have surgery to repair the ligament on Wednesday. Owen got a trick for Halloween that he wasn't expecting. He's at home recovering now and after resting for a couple of weeks he'll have four to six weeks of physical therapy. 
      WARNING: The following photos are not for the squemish. 

 If I knew how to knit I would make Owen a leg warmer to cover his poor shaved hind quarter. 

Until next time... Happy Stitching!