Saturday, May 5, 2018

Stitching Saturday

Welcome back to Nana's Saturday Stitches. I got a good bit accomplished this week. First is this Freebie Stitch from Samplers and Santas.

I am still mulling over the final finish for this one. Any ideas??

Three more Grimmlin Sleds. These will go to Margaret, Baylor and Elliott. I loved Margaret's cardinal. I may have to do one for myself. These can be ornaments or just placed on a side table for a bit of interest. They will also look cute in a Dough Bowl!

My friend, Susan, gifted me with this pig.

She ordered a piece of jewelry online and this was a freebie. He is going to Grimmwood where he will live in the two tiered wire basket on my kitchen table.  I plan to do a lot of small projects to put in the display.  Speaking of smalls...

Dairy Darlin was released this week. I do not plan to do all nine of the ornaments in the series but that does not mean that I cant use the pattern.

Miss Moo Cow will be heading to Grimmwood for the wire basket as will Chicken Licken and Henny Penny.

Jus a little variation on the charted piece and I have two adorable smalls. I will try to remember to take a picture of my table display so I can post it here next week. I did order two charts for sleds from Foxwood Manor. I have a feeling lots of people may be getting sleds from me this Christmas. They are such a quick stitch and so fun.

Thanks for dropping by for Stitching Saturday!!


Anonymous said...

Love your stitchery and the pig is cute. Grimmwood is sweet as can be with all the farm animal decor.

Robin in Virginia said...

Your finished stitches look fabulous and I know the Grimmlins will love their sleds. I look forward to seeing a picture of your display. Enjoy your Saturday!

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

It's fun to stitch all year round and be ready with handmade gifts when the holidays roll around! Enjoy your weekend!

Terri D said...

These are all so cute!! I can't wait to see your wire basket decorated and your dough bowl!! Such fun!

Mari said...

I love your little sleds and I think they will be treasured by those who get them. I also think the 1776 stitchery is great!

Carol said...

Oh, those little sleds are adorable--not sure why I haven't stitched one yet! And your cute Miss Moo Cow and the chicken pair are great adaptations of that design, Arlene.