Saturday, December 24, 2016

Merry Christmas! Sand People Embroidery

I haven't posted on here in a while and this isn't a papercutting post, but I wanted to say Merry Christmas and give you a little something special. If you like to embroider, here's a pattern you can use to embroider something special. Like always, please don't use this to sell for your own. A few weeks ago, I had a booth at a Christmas market. Looking at all the other vendors, I saw someone selling some work and right smack dab in the middle of it was my very own stuff! I thought, "well, that's some nice work." Mostly I just felt bad for them that they were trying to sell stuff at a craft fair that wasn't their own. Anyway, Merry Christmas! That being said, I don't know who made up this quote, but it's awesome. And if they ever stumble upon this page and think, "Hey! That's my quote!", just know that I'm not selling this!

Also, I don't know how to make an embroidery pattern, this is my best guess at it.


Laura Mettee said...

This is lovely. Thank you.

Kim said...

Just got caught up with your blog - lovely work as always!!! I went back and looked at some of your Valentine cuttings ... I'm going to be busy!!! Thank you so VERY MUCH for sharing!!!!

Nitu Kumari said...

wow very

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