Friday, April 24, 2015

FREE Mother's Day stitchery...

As long time readers know, Mr E and I both lost our mothers when we were babies and were raised by our grandparents.
We never really celebrated Mothers Day the way most people do, however, as a mother myself I appreciate how precious that Sunday is.

So with Mother's Day just a couple of weeks away here in Australia I thought you might like a free little project to make for that special lady in your life?


I've stitched 'mum' the way Australians and English spell it, but included in the pattern are four alternate words you can trace within the roses: 'mom', 'mam', 'mamae' and in case you don't have a mum but do have a sweet sister, I've included 'sis'.



So gather some supplies...



...and download the "Mother" stitchery pattern HERE as my Mother's Day gift to you until May 31st.
Please feel free to share this across your social media, or click on the buttons below my signature so this gift can bless far and wide... 

hugs


18 comments:

  1. What a sweet project! Thank you for sharing your talents with us!

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  2. Que lindo, Jenny!
    Perdi minha mãe recentemente e fiquei com lágrimas nos olhos quando vi esse post, pois eu faria para ela com muito amor, mas ela não está mais aqui...
    Obrigada por compartilhar
    Beijo
    Ju

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  3. Thank you. I wish my Mom was here for me to do this for her. I miss her every day.

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  4. That is so pretty, Jenny. Thanks for sharing it with us. xx

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  5. That is so lovely, Jenny. I no longer have my mum unfortunately.

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  6. Yet another generous gift, Jenny. My mother is now in the depths of dementia and couldn't appreciate the work. However, I think I will do it anyway as I will remember the lady she once was with every stitch. After all she taught me the skills to work with needle and thread.

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  7. I love your round frame, but will have to make do with an embroidery hoop here. My mother died when I was 9, so I also don't celebrate, but there are two friends who are terrific moms and I may go shop for hoops tomorrow and make one for each with their names in them. Thanks!

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  8. Oh Jenny,
    it is so lovely! I really need to start doing embroidery very soon again. Thank you for sharing it.
    Many hugs,
    Karen B. ~ Todolwen

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  9. Thank you for this sweet little stitch pattern. My mother is long gone however I think this would be lovely for many other recipients. Blessings Dear...

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  10. Very generous.......thank you!

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  11. What a fabulous little pattern Jenny! Thank you very much for sharing it with us! Have a lovely weekend! :) x

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  12. Thank you Jenny, this is gorgeous!

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  13. Thank you Jenny. What a beautiful feminine design....It is so pretty.

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  14. Thank you for the lovely pattern!

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  15. Thankyou so very much Jenny. That is a really sweet stitchery. I know my mum will love it. You are an angel.

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  16. It's gorgeous darling girl - thank you!

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