Cute! I have a certain dishtowel that I adore and I shall think of your flying needle when my eyes rest upon it!
Yes...it's a good time to start. I thought of you last weekend when I had to drive 20 miles from my sons place to get to Goodwill and Wal-Mart! I know it's about 40 miles closer than you have to drive but it still made me think of you...
Just absolutely beautiful, Jody. You do such exquisite work.
I love your stitches! What a cute pattern.
I used to cross stich all the time when I was a kid. I don't think I remember how anymore. I love the dish towels.
I love that towel! How cute it is, and you do lovely work.~M~
Sweet stitches! and a lovely keepsake gift!
November! Say it ain't so. Thanksgiving is within sight and it's scary. Your little embroidery looks adorable!
So cute! I really like the color combo.
now there are some gorgeous stitches and what looks to be a fun dish towel~!hard to believe this year is nearing the end . . . :-)libbyQ
Thanks for the inspiration. I recently found some old cotton flour sacks cleaned and folded within my Grandmother's linens. She must have kept them for decades. Maybe I'll embroider something on them or use them for a quilt project. I love the embroidery patterns you choose!
What a fun stitchery pattern!
Your needle is flying, my needle's' are flying... must be a little something in the air!Blessings, Debbie
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