do you think she knit her scarf from her pet lamb’s wool?
I hear you talking, grin, I may be 73 but I still remember having 5 of mine come down with the chicken pox at the same time, sigh! I wanted to run away from home, grin.
Barb in western NC
ugh! well at least it’s almost over
i’m loving the cross stitch girls you are doing.
I love this one! Yay Wool!
i love it! is so adorable!!!
My three kids aren’t sick and it’s still more than I accomplished this weekend. Glad to hear you’re all better.
Oh poor you. Wishing you and the wee ones a quick recovery.
Very very cute embroidery by the way. The pigtails just make it so sweet 🙂
When I ask my little students where wool comes from, they almost always initially reply “From a wolf!” Makes sense on a phonological level.
Love the woolly hoop! Hope everyone in your family is better soon.
Hope everyone recovers quickly, it takes so long to go through everyone when you have kids. Love the cross stitch, too cute.
Oh, lord. First the chickens, then the wool…the sweetness is killing me!
I just got over my first tandem cold with my 4 month old…oy.
There truly is no justice in the world when a Momma can’t just be sick – and alone. They really need to start a company of Temporary Moms who can come in to cook, clean and care for families so they all can get on the mend when Momma’s down and out. Now there’s a Health Care Plan I can get behind!
oh, sick with kids had got to be one of the hardest things i have experienced. glad every one is on their way to health and wellness. that is the sweetest project, as an avid knitter, i must know…where does it come from? your awesome self?
I’m so sorry you’re all sick…but that cross-stitch is a-freakin-dorable.
Yay! Wool! I can’t wait to stitch this little collection!
Love your cross-stitch. I haven’t done it in years(moved on to knitting),but I learned how to cross-stitch from an Amish woman in Pennsylvania and they have a neat trick you’ll love. When cross-stitching with two strands, just cut one long one and thread both cut ends through the needle,leaving a loop at the bottom end. Bring your needle up through the cloth and back down in the next hole going through the loop on the underside of the fabric. Your thread catches and there is no need to cross-stitch over the ends to secure them. You will now have half as many loose ends on the underside of your fabric,so the whole look is much neater!
I totally love this pattern!
I hope they all feel better soon! 🙂
But that cross stitch is the sweeteest thing.
Great job! It’s so “wee wonderfuls”! Your style, and yours alone. Love it.
I think this series merits you copyrighting cute 🙂
She looks cute, coming along nicely. Hope everyone gets well soon!
I can’t wait for you to finish designing a group of these. I love all your other stitchery patterns but I find cross stitch really easy to follow so more relaxing. I hope you will keep going with this and sell em’!
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