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Saturday, December 01, 2018

Pre-Orders for the 2019 Valentine's Day Cross Stitch Mystery Stitch-Along

Pre-orders for the 2019 Valentine's Day Cross Stitch Mystery Stitch-Along are now available!!

©On The Wings Of Love, Valentine's Day 2019 Cross Stitch Mystery Stitch Along by Pamela Kellogg of Kitty And Me Designs.

This Cross Stitch Mystery project is a beautiful Victorian style Valentine design. Suitable for framing, sewing into a wall quilt or finishing as a decorative pillow.
It's worked in my traditional design style.

The project will start on January 1, 2019. It will be a 4 part mystery. The release date schedule is as follows:

Part 1 - January 1
Part 2 - January 8
Part 3 - January 15
Part 4 - January 29

When you order, please check your Etsy messages. I will personally send you a link to a folder where the PDF files for each part will be made available on each scheduled date as listed above. Please bookmark the link!!! This not a physical item. It is a 4 part digital PDF download.



Supply List:

Stitch count - 130 stitches wide X 101 stitch high
Finished size - 9 1/4 inches wide X 7 1/8 inches high

Fabric - 28 count Mushroom Lugana over 2 fabric threads or 14 count Mushroom Aida

Fabric size - 15 1/4 inches X 13 1/8 inches high
(I have included the 3 inch excess on all sides for framing)

DMC 6 strand embroidery floss in the following colors:

White, 310, 433, 434, 437, 498, 597, 598, 676, 677, 680, 712, 729, 738, 739, 747, 761, 772, 801, 3341, 3345, 3346, 3347, 3348, 3706, 3708, 3713, 3810, 3811, 3713, 3865

This design consists of mostly cross stitch and backstitch. There are a few 1/4 stitches. Very few!!

If you would like a nice place to discuss the mystery stitch along with others, I have a Facebook Group called "Fans Of Kitty And Me Designs". Please hop over and join the group!!! We have a lot of really great stitchers there!!

https://www.facebook.com/groups/fansofkittyandmedesigns/

I hope you will join this fun mystery stitch along project! If you have any questions, please drop me a message.

As always, please respect my copyrights!!!

Click here to place your order!

The Never Ending Sampler Panel 4 Band 11

Today I have Panel 4 Band 11 of the Never Ending Sampler project.  First, the entire panel so far:

And here is the pattern with the band 10 overlap for placement purposes:

Also, since this was designed for you to include your initial on it, here is the alphabet:

Just cross stitch, backstitch and french knots.  Use the same color key as for the rest of the sampler.

Happy Stitching!!



Wednesday, November 28, 2018

Garden Jewels Cross Stitch Pattern

Did you know that Hummingbirds love Watermelon?  They really do!!

Okay, I have Garden Jewels reformated now!

Just a few more to go!

Also, I'll start taking pre-orders for the 2019 Valentine's Day Mystery Cross Stitch Stitch-Along on Saturday, December 1st. 

The mystery will begin on January 1st.


Tuesday, November 27, 2018

Blackwork Fruit Designs

As I've mentioned, I'm in the process of republishing my older patterns in a new format.  It's been a long haul but I only have a few more to do.

I just finished up on these Blackwork Fruit Designs:




I don't know about anyone else but the Apple is my favorite!  I've always loved bright, red, happy looking apples!!!!

Anyway, these are available now as both a professionally printed pattern leaflet and as instant digital PDF downloads on Etsy.

Next, I'll tackle Garden Jewels.  Do ya'll remember that one?  It has Hummingbirds on it!!!

Monday, November 26, 2018

Back To The McHenry Quilt

A few years back, I started working on a Crazy Quilt using old photos of my little town of McHenry.  Well, it isn't so little anymore but I still love it here!  McHenry was est. in 1836.

I've done a lot of cross stitch projects lately and thought it would be nice to do some crazy quilting but due to current circumstances, I can't get to my sewing machine much less use it.

The McHenry quilt is worked the old fashioned way.  The foundation piecing is done by hand!

I'm trying to do this quilt in the traditional Victorian crazy quilt style so no beads or sequins on this one!  All the lace is very vintage or antique and the fabrics are dark jewel tones...velvets, brocades, satins.

The only other embellishment is a few antique mother of pearl buttons used to create a tiny spider on each block.

Well, I just finished Block #8 last night.  This is our old grist Mill (left) and Creamery (right):

The Mill was built in 1872 and the Creamery in 1881.

Here is the photo:

Both buildings still stand today.  The Mill has several additions on it and the Creamery is now a house. 

Here's a screenshot from Google Earth so you can see how it looks today:







I think it's so cool to see the old photos and then take a look at how things look now!

For the next block, I'll be doing our old movie theater. 

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