Wow, Thanksgiving is only 10 days away which means Christmas is just around the corner. Time to start thinking about gifts. I told my kids to start making their lists because "Santa" was not waiting to do his shopping at the last minute (like last year).
It is not too late to have something framed for Christmas. The deadline for Christmas is Thursday Dec. 10th so hurry and finish up those Christmas gifts. It will be here before you know it.
There are quite a few new designs and other "goodies" on the way. Take a look...........
From Nora Corbett (Mirabilia)
Love the colors in both of these pixies.
The Black Forest Pixies Collection
The Berry Collector
The Leaf Collector
From Little House Needleworks
The "Christmas Angel" is a beautiful design to end the series with but my favorite of these three designs is "Born in a Manger". I really want to do this one for next year.
Three Snowy Hills
Born in a Manger
12th and final ornament in the Sampler Tree series
From Hands on Design (and Just Another Button Co.)
Two Christmas-themed square.ology designs. Both of these would make great ornaments and would be quick to stitch, especially "kiss.a.bit".
Wonderful new stitching "goodies". LOVE the cornucopia!
Red Putford Scissors
Stag Needle Minder Cornucopia Needle Minder
From Whimsical Edge Designs
A new "Queen" thread keep and some wonderful new needle minders. "Starry Night" is the first in a series called "Art on a Pin".
Silk Queen Threadkeep
3.75" high and 2.25" wide
Winter Cardinal Holy Basket
Needle Minder Needle Minder
2” high and 1.5” wide 2” high and 2” wide
Merry Christmas Starry Night
Needle Minder Needle Minder
2" wide and 1.5" high 2" wide and 1.5" high
From Embellishing Bits
What a cute fob! Quantities are limited on this cute guy so let the shop know soon if you would like one. This would make a great gift idea!
Snowman Scissor Fob
shown on red Putford scissors (sold separately)
From Pheasant Street Samplers
This is a festive little sampler with fun Christmas motifs.
Christmas is Here
From Cherished Stitches
Two new ornament designs.
Believe in the Magic Yuletide
From Threads of Memory
This would make a nice gift for a teacher.
A note from designer Karen Kluba
of Rosewood Manor.
This is from Karen Kluba of Rosewood Manor .. I’m not sure how many of you are aware of our daughter Rachel’s very serious accident late this summer. She lives in England. She and her two sons 7 & 6 were visiting us here in Michigan for about 30 days while the boys were off school. Her husband had come over for the last 8 days of the summer. We had a fun summer which ended in tragedy just two days before they were to fly home. We are all devastated. After a month in hospital here in Michigan she was flown via medical transport over to England to a hospital there. She has sustained a TBI—Traumatic Brain Injury. She is now in a center for enablement—receiving rehab in Oxford, England. We are all hoping and praying for a miracle, that she can overcome this, but it will all take time—lots of time. The doctors feel that her sister, her father and I, should visit to help with her rehab as often as possible. I designed this leaflet to raise money to help our family be able to fly over to visit her in hospital in England. It is called “Crazy Socks”—the explanation of the title is on the back cover of the chart. Shown on 32ct Antique White or Cream (OR any count or color of fabric of your choice) using DMC floss with a stitch count of 180 x 90.
You can also support Karen by purchasing any of her designs.