Thursday, March 23, 2017

As you know we are teaching at the Needle Arts Festival in Williamsburg this coming December. We are teaching a delightful Christmas Quaker Needleroll. The pictures of our project will be coming very soon! But until then here is a sneak peak of the needle roll in progress.



We just learned that if you register by March 31 you will get $100 off your registration!! The link is www.NeedleArtsFestival.com . If you have been thinking about taking a class, then sign up by March 31st and save that money! (For more stash of course!)
 But until then here is a sneak peak of the needle roll in progress.
Happy Stitching!
Pam & Susan

Monday, February 13, 2017

New Designs for Nashville 2017

We hope that everyone has had a great start to the new year.  We have been busy creating new designs.  These will debut at the Nashville Market in March.  Make sure that you get your new goodies by contacting your local shop to place your order!
 M'Lady's Posey Necklace
is  a small kit that will be the perfect addition to your sewing accessories!
 Bewitched
is a limited edition kit. This sweet Witch Owl is mounted on a black tin as pincushion and includes adorable smalls.  The tin is lined with a band of cute Halloween creatures.  Smalls feature a flying cat thread winder, a jack-o-lantern stitch counter, the cutest owl scissor fob and a tiny trick or treat bag thimble holder.
 December Snow          
You've arrived just in time for the town's Christmas Eve Snowman Contest!  The children have dressed all shapes and sizes of snowmen hoping to win a prize.  While you are waiting you can take a sleigh ride or go skating on the pond.  You can even get a cup of hot cocoa if you want!  Don't look now but a snowball fight has started!  But everyone better watch out-because Santa is on his way!
 Sale at the Bubbling Cauldron
There's Moonlight Madness Sale at the Bubbling Cauldron tonight!!   Come and get your new flying brooms, snake eggs, love potions, magic cauldrons and croaking toads.  Love Potion supplies are limited!! Make sure to come early before the crowd carries all of the bargains away! 
 Rook’s Feast
Fall has brought a wonderful harvest in the garden and Mr. Rook has been picking out his favorite foods! Pompion (the colonial word for Pumpkin), Squash and Maize are first on his list of goodies in which to indulge!  May your own harvest of love and blessings be overflowing!
  Hooray for the Red White and Blue
Fireworks and cookouts; parades and sparklers-it's always inspiring and fun. We hope that you will enjoy celebrating the 4th of July with this small bit of celebration too!




We hope that you will enjoy these fun designs!!
Happy Stitching!
Pam & Susan