Hello! I'm so happy to share my thoughts with you this morning.
Here are patterns from last year that I'm re-posting for creating Valentine cross stitch projects. They are all free grids for personal use. I love the red and white or cream colors. Cute as little pillow tuck tokens of friendship. Click link below to go to the blog post with the designs.
Valentine Cross Stitch Charts
I became a Grammy last November 27th to Brooks Aaron, my daughter and son-in-law's first baby. He's a healthy boy and he's smiling and laughing all the time now. I will have to do the proud Gramma bit and post our pictures of the little dear very soon! I'm watching him today and can't wait to see him. I need to get to sleep because Ashley wants an early start.
I have lots to catch up with you. Until then ...
Hi, Primmies, for everyone affected by Hurricane Irene, I wish to say that our thoughts are with you and hope that you have family and frien...
Download the PDF HERE Free Chart Witch's Kitchen This cute pattern is used as a key fob but it can be a cute little pillow for o...
Hi, Again Primmies - I found another source for free patterns. The Drawn Thread has a list at this link for free charts to cross sti...
I found Jennie Lynn at Appleseed Prim while reading a blog I follow, Primitive Betty's (a fantastically talented cross stitcher). Jenni...
Ok, Primmies, for anyone out there that loves gingerbread houses like I do, this post is for you. Every single year since I can remember, ...
Primmies, Want to enter another great giveaway? This one is from Barbara at TO STITCH OR NOT TO STITCH . It's her Christmas giveaway a...
Hello! I'm so happy to share my thoughts with you this morning. Here are patterns from last year that I'm re-posting for creating ...
Hi, Primmies, There's a fantastic blog I have discovered in my wanderings. Wendy is a very talented and sweet gal who's blog ...
I know this isn't exactly "Primitive" but it sure is vintage. This beautiful vintage image from The Graphics Fairy is made av...
I know the pictures extend over the column but I wanted them to be as large as possible so that you could see them good. All of these wreath...
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