Sunday, February 3, 2013

January was a stitchy month for me

Life has been so very busy for some time now for me, but this month that had ended I have been finally having many down moments where I can just sit and stitch! Thank you to all for the well wishes for my husband's father. He is home now, still doing the physical therapy and starting chemotherapy on Monday for the skin cancer that he has been battling for a while now. I have 3 finishes to share! I am happy to say that I have been stitching this week, so I am hoping to have another update very soon as well! The taller finish is called Liberty Tree, it is supposed to be stitched in red white and blue, but I did not want to do that so instead I stitched it all in green. Of course any LHN fan will know that the gingerbread tree is from LHN, I am currently working on another LHN finish that is gingerbread themed as well. The last finish is the Prairie Schooler alphabet, I decided that I wanted to do this for everyone in my house and stitch name ornaments using the PS alphabet. I decided that when this year started I was going to try my hardest to stitch my presents for Christmas throughout the year so that way when the holidays came upon us I would not be so stressed trying to do it all in a small time frame. As always thanks for stopping by and for all of your kind words!


  1. wowwwwwwwwwww super sweet stitching,,
    big huge for you x

  2. Love your latest finishes, Kay--especially love the idea of you making name ornaments for each of your family members. At least you have a short name :) The LHN gingerbread tree is adorable and one I've always meant to stitch myself. I'm trying very hard to stitch my presents throughout the year this year as last year really caught me off guard trying to do so much stitching in busy December!!

    Hope your father-in-law improves--will be thinking of all of you during his chemotherapy...

  3. Love your finishes! The alphabet ornies are a great idea!

  4. Hi Kay, send a comment through my Iphone but it looks like it didn't came through..I have that phone for more than a year now but still couldn't work on it much..

    Lovely finishes you've made recently. Sorry to hear about your father-in-law..hope he improves soon.

  5. Cute finishes!!

    Glad to hear your FIL is doing better.

  6. Awesome finishes! Hope your FIL continues to improve.

  7. Looks like you’re well in front with your Christmas stitching Kay, you have some wonderful finishes there.
    What a lovely idea to make a PS panel for each of the family, if I were to do that it would be a very quick project, just me and the cat but then again it might take a while because he’s called BoJangles, Lol!

    Thanks for stopping by and………….
    Happy Stitching!