Saturday, January 2, 2010

Christmas Gift Stitcheries

Hope you all enjoyed ringing in the New Year.

Today I thought I would share a few of the finished stitcheries that I gave as gifts this Christmas.

I got a late start this Christmas so I stuck with 5X7 sizes so that I could get them all finished. I stayed up late stitching into the nights in hopes of completing them all. I finished the last one just in the nick of time.
I used patterns that I found here on the internet. I know the sunflower one came from The Pickled Pepper Patch but I am unsure of where I found the other one. If anyone recognizes it please let me know and I will gladly give credit where credit is due.
While talking of credit, I would like to say that I am so thankful that all of you creative people are willing to share your desings with us. I am going to try to organize each and every pattern that I have saved so that I can give the proper credit when and if I post about using someone's pattern.
Some of you add your name to your patterns and that is a great help. When I come across a pattern that I like I save it to my documents. I don't change the file name or anything. Then in a week or two when I go back to save it to a disk I can't remember where it came from.

Anyone else do this??

So I have a long task ahead of me~ to search for all the free patterns that I have collected and put a name with them.
I hope to find all of them but fear that a few may be lost.

Well I think I'll go curl up with a blanket and work on another stichery.
It's pretty cold here but I know some of you are in the below freezing temps. which is way colder than here.
So stay warm wherever you are.


Anonymous said...

Jessica . . . This absolutely goes perfect in my kitchen. The shelf I finally put up holds my gingerbread picture that you bought me along with this new stitchery. Colors are Perfect!!! Thank you! - Bridgett

Sandra said...

I love those! I love anything that looks country or primitive. Good job.

Donna~One Simple Country Girl said...

These are so nice! I am just starting to do some stitching and so far I am having fun with it!

Buttercup said...

These look great. Thanks for sharing and wishes for a wonderful year ahead.

Growing Up A Country Girl said...

Very cute - I use to crosstitch a lot - this looks much quicker! If this cold spell hangs on and I get all my Christmas stuff put away I just might have time to start a project...

Deb said...

They are adorable and make great gifts.
I haven't done stitching like that for years. Wish I had time.

Happy New Year ~

Angelena said...

They are beautiful. You do lovely stitching!!

Granny Sue said...

Lovely, Jessica. Your giftees must have been so pleased.

Hoping to meet you in person sometime in the coming year.

Carmen C. said...

Those are wonderful and I'm sure will be gifts that are treasured for years to come:)

Barbara said...

Oh I just love it, I do love country or anything that resembles it, thank you for sharing with us, God bless. Barbara

Nancy M. said...

They look great! I'm sure everyone loved them!