"The ordinary acts we practice every day at home are of more importance to the soul than their simplicity might suggest."

Thomas Moore

Friday, April 19, 2013

Shabby Roses, three ways!

You've been very patient waiting for me to format the Shabby Roses Stitchery pattern in ways that best suit you!
Today I can happily tell you, "I've done it!" \o/

Ist option...

As an instant PDF download.
The file contains step by step instructions and lots of close-up colour photos to help with the hand embroidery.

2nd option...

As a paper pattern, posted to your door.
This is a full sized pattern (A3) for tracing, and the pattern contains all instructions to stitch the design.

3rd option...

Pre-printed on white hanky linen.
The design is ready to stitch, and all you need do is gather  your threads.

The design is 10" x 15" when stitched.

You can purchase the instant PDF download HERE

You can purchase the Paper Pattern HERE

You can purchase the design on pre-printed linen HERE. (I only have 7 of these, so be quick if this is your preferred option!)

Have a lovely weekend!
I will be stitching a free design for next Friday, and enjoying the leftover plum pudding I made last night.

What are you doing this weekend? Are you cooking something yummy?



  1. My you are one busy lady!! And a freebie too :) Is the plum pudding recipe going to be in one of the e-zines? It looks delish!!
    xx Kim

  2. Wonderful pattern release Jenny. I expect those 7 pre printed panels will be gone before the day is over.
    Well done

  3. Your New Stitchery is Beautiful Jenny you have been working Hard
    Love your Glasses by the way lol


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