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Thursday, March 11, 2010

Good Luck Robin

Cindy W. recently sent me some photos of a little project that she stitched from a complimentary design that I did back in 2007.  Ironically, or maybe not because it is March, I had just put out my little Crazy Quilt Doorhanger Pillow that I made using the design:


Cindy asked me where she could send people to find the pattern so, I decided, since St. Patrick's Day is next week, that I would offer the pattern here again:

Good Luck Robin Complimentary Cross Stitch Pattern

Be sure to click on the image to go to my Flickr site where you can download the large version.

In other news, I just listed some Mother's Day Ornament in my shop:


These were made by Mom.

I just finished up my Cherub CQ Trinket Box.  I'll have photos of that to share over the weekend.  In the meantime, here is an update on Block #9 of my Crazy Garden Quilt:


I have nothing else on my agenda for today.  Well, I might clean my bathroom so I don't have to do that tomorrow.  Other than that, I'm going to head into my Living Room, watch some Food Channel and stitch on this block some more.

Oh, I talked to my Dr. today and apparently, it's too soon to cut back on the meds.  Ok, fine.  My head feels like a big bag of Poly Fiberfill but it's felt worse so I'll live with it for now.

4 comments:

ArchangelDecker said...

/waves madly at Pamela


Hi, Pam! That was me! :)


Thank you so much for re-posting the chart. It's a cutie! :)


PS: My blog post with the the design can be found here.

Cathy said...

Hi Pam,

I hope you thoroughly enjoy your day sewing your block. You deserve to take a rest.

xo Cathy

Anonymous said...

Hi Pam,
This comment has nothing to do with this post. I saw a book titled "Women's Wear of the 1930's: With Complete Patterns" (Hardcover) on Amazon.com and thought of you. Last year when you posted the 1936 catalog pages I sure enjoyed that. I think the fashions of that era were the best.
I enjoy seeing you projects and hope you continue to improve in you health.
Sincerely,
Alice in Texas

Rosali said...

Your job is beutiful.

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