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February 15, 2012

WEDNESDAY WISH LIST

copyright Elsie Old Time Rabbit From Kentucky Primitives copyright
Update: The post says the pictures have the respective links to them but they don't. The patterns are from
Here Kentucky Primitives . Sorry everyone.

Hi, Primmies ~ It's my Wishlist Wednesday, some of the patterns I want to buy and work on. There will be a page for me to refer to and add to and I'd like to share with all of you.


The brand new "News From the Nest" arrived in my mailbox. It's the newsletter from The Prim Nest. They also have a blog if you don't already follow, the link is The Prim Nest Blog.
Hey, the newest thing I found there: make do's on doorknobs!
How cool is that.
Copyright Lucy'sLazyDayzPrimitives

There are a lot more patterns to see, some prim sheep that are
AHHH-dorable among many others.


 KENTUCKY PRIMITIVES
I found an awesome website for prim patterns. You may be familiar with them already but I wasn't. They tend to be on the extreme side but not too much. I love primitives and all but sometimes I think that something just looks too dirty.              The patterns here are quaint, whimsical and primitives.
Here are some pictures with links to their respective e-patterns.
(I am in no way affliated with the above company nor am I being renumerated, I just love the patterns and you know me by now, I love to feature artists and websites to spread the love!)
Copyright Prim Sheep Cupboard Ornie Kentucky Primitives copyright
copyright Miss Blossom Rabbit Pattern Kentucky Primitives copyright
There are so many more to see but these are just my fave picks.
When I get some pennies saved I'm getting one of these 
e-patterns and I intend on it being another giveaway item.
I'm tired today, kinda hurting. The new medicine they gave me is non-narcotic, I can't take any "good stuff" because of my intestines and tummy, so I take Ultram but they are 50 milligram instead of the time-released I was on. These I take on demand when I have pain and I can take 2 together, and take up to 6 daily. So with these and the new muscle relaxer I'm in a lot
better shape. I've cut back on the ice packs, too. Don't seem to need them as much. Isn't that great?
I'm sorry to say the mister is not any better. He wants to do the
Spinal Cord Stimulator but the surgeon doesn't want him to. His other two Primary Care and Spine Center docs want him to.
I think he should try it, it's the only implantable device that you can have in on a trial basis. I gets implanted permanently if it works for you.  Margie, are you reading this? Any of you out there suffering with back and leg/arm pain, this could be for you. Ask your doctor about this, it's also called SCS, Spinal
Cord Stimulator.
Did you see the father on UTube shoot his daughter's laptop after she ranted about her father and mother on Facebook?
He posted it on her Facebook page so that her friends could see what he did after they read her rant. I think a bat would have
been a little more appropriate. I don't like guns...
Mister is out doing errands, which is what I should be doing, but he's afraid to let me "out" after I fell last week in the driveway.
The kitties are sleeping around my feet and I'm trying to stitch on the sampler, but they seem to think that the floss is for them to take off across the room with. Boys, stop it...

Hugs,
Susan




8 comments:

Carol Stuck said...

Love all of your pattern picks. Great designers, that's for sure.

hugs!
Carol

CRAFTY STITCHERS said...

I like Kentucky Primitive Patterns too. Glad you are doing better, hope your hubby gets the help he needs. Have a great rest of the week!

Susan At Glen Oaks Primitives said...

I'm partial to rabbits and sheep in any format. And mice of course! Can you be my next feature?
Hugs,
Susan

Susan At Glen Oaks Primitives said...

Thanks, Cyndy. I'll pass along your well wishes to the mister. You have a great week as well.
Hugs,
Susan

Susan At Glen Oaks Primitives said...

The Eagles' nest is nice and full of grasses corn husks and little snippets of flowering herbs to keep the nest smelling pretty. Mom should be laying her eggs very soon. Last year was Feb.23rd for the first egg layed.
If you've never watched these magnificent birds raise a family of eaglets together you must watch this year. This is "Must see T.V."
Hugs,
Susan

~Lavender Dreamer~ said...

I love the same things that you love! It's so much fun to go to Etsy and looks at prims! ♥

Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

Hi Susan,
Sorry to hear your still having such pains. Hope it passes soon.
I have that pattern from lucy lazy dayz she's a gal from right here in WI. Very easy and fun to make!!!
I find a lot of patterns at pattern mart and you can put them on a wish list ~ so much fun.
You can also sign up for their emails so you know when they list some new patterns.
Prim Blessings
Robin

Angie Berry said...

Lots of wonderful prim patterns! I'm with you, some of them can be extreme prim.

Glad you are feeling better, sorry that your hubby isn't. Hope he can do something about it soon.

The kitties are too funny, they just want to play. =]

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