Monday, November 26, 2012

Thanksgiving is over and Christmas is on the way!

Now that Thanksgiving has come and gone, it's time to start thinking about Christmas. Look below to see some of the new designs that will be arriving in the shop soon. These could make excellent gifts for someone (or even possibly yourself). Remember: If you don't know what kind of project to buy for someone as a gift, you can always get a gift certificate.

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From Needlemade Designs

Night Before Christmas
This is a series of 12 ornaments and a decorated paper mache box that follows
the story of  "The Night Before Christmas". The box is available from Hobby Lobby.
The first chart includes the designs for the front and interior parts of the box,
as well as, the first two ornaments. The remaining ornaments will be released in
5 charts with two ornament designs in each. The models were stitched
on 36ct. Vintage Light Exampler linen. 28ct. will be too large for the box.
32ct. fabric will fit on the box but just barely.

From Bent Creek
District 25

Merry Wishes              Deer Watching                      Santa House   

The Autumn Mantle: Scarecrow & Joe (pt.3)                  Holly + White

From Homespun Elegance

Rejoice in the Gift           Santa & the Children                   Goodies Basket         

From Shepherd's Bush

Dear Santa (kit)

From Lizzie Kate

A Little Christmas
includes: 32ct. linen, beads and charm

Quick-it: Merry Little Stockings

From AnnaLee Waite

Three Christmas Trees

From Imaginating

         Redwork Noel                        Redwork Snowman

   Warmest Wishes                     Island Christmas

Holiday Ornaments

From Val's Stuff

Love, Hope, Joy

From New York Dreamer

Snow Place Like Home

From Stoney Creek

     Country Churches                                  Blessed Day            

Family                                Friends                                Faith   

From Lynne Nicoletti

Awesome Autumn

From With thy Needle/Country Stitches

Frances Pool, 1832


Have a great week!


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