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For some reason I am on a cross stitch kick and can’t seem to stop buying patterns.  That can be a good thing and it could be a bad thing.  I mean really, when will I make them all!!  But I can’t seem to stop and I don’t think I will because if I don’t get to them this year, there’s always next year that I can work on them too.

So this week I received in the mail some fun pieces that I wanted to share with you, and I will say that I am definitely in a Autumn, Halloween, Christmas stitching mood.

I love sheep and I could not resist buying Carrots for Ewe by Marie Driskill.  I purchased this pattern from Keepsake Stitchery on Etsy, and it arrived super fast!

I also have a fondness for snowmen and ravens.  I purchased these two patterns from one of my favorite shops on Etsy called Annabellas, Let It Snow by Stoney Creek (I love their stuff) and Oct 31 by Cottage Garden (a new to me designer that I’m growing fond of).  This shop always has the best selection and patterns arrive quickly.



I also had to purchase this cute Waxing Moon Design (another favorite designer), Watch It Snow and an adorable design by Little House Needleworks called Sleepy Hollow Lodge.  Both of these also came from another favorite Etsy shop call Farmers Attic.


I have a few more goodies coming in the mail from Anabellas shop that I will be sharing with you next week. And hopefully I will be sharing finished piece as I am close to finishing my Happy Halloween by Primrose Cottage Stitches.

What have you been getting in the mail that is fun ?

Until next time, be creative!
Tina

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  1. Etsy shopping is so much fun. I love finding special items there. I will share my new Etsy treasures in my Sunday blog. Your patterns are all so cute. Love the snowman.

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    1. Oh I so agree Marsha and so many neat, and unique, things there. I look forward to seeing your blog post. Isn’t the snowman, cute! I love hi, 😊

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  2. They all are SO lovely! I've had two going forEVER and I may have to give up on the Swedish Dala horse one as I messed it up beyond repair. LOL! I also have a newer to me project that a friend made a kit for me and it's also like a Scandinavian patterned one and I love it. I need to take it on my little getaway with my hubby. :)

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    1. Thank you Amy😊 Oh no, I’m sorry about your Swedish Dala Horse but maybe you can still fix it. Sounds like a lovely project to take on a getaway.

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  3. I am loving all of the cross stitch projects, Tina! Fall and winter projects are some of my favorites and I hope you keep sharing them on your blog :)

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    1. Thank you so much Katie 😊 Fall and winter themed projects have always been a favorite for me too, oh I definitely will, even if I don’t manage to finish them on time😁

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  4. Looks like tons of fun cross stitching in your future! I can't wait to see how they turn out.

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