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

Thomas Moore

Saturday, November 7, 2015

The merry flags of Christmas...


I must admit, there's a certain 'sherbert-y' joy that bubbles over when I'm designing for Christmas, and this month that's pretty obvious when you look at the patterns for the November Stitchery Club...






These are a set of mini stitcheries which can be used beautifully as individual designs, but by following the bonus project sheet for the Club they come together with tiny wee hearts to create a very special 'Merry Flags of Christmas" bunting!



There's still time to join The Stitchery Club and receive these patterns (as well as the ones below). You have until midnight November 16th.
All details are HERE and you have the option of choosing either US or Australian currency for your monthly subscription. 
There's no minimum length required for your membership to the Club, no lock in contract; stay a month, a year, forever...it's up to you. You are free to leave whenever you need to with no explanations or penalties.



These are the other three sweet patterns members will receive via email on November 17th...

I'd love for you to come play with us!

Enjoy your weekend, 
hugs


16 comments:

  1. I love your bunting, Jenny. I'm looking forward to this month's stitchery club. Have a lovely weekend. Hugs, Christine xx

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  2. Ha, ha, ha! Mine, mine, all mine! =) These are wonderful and the bunting is the cutest idea. I have to look around and see how I could hang something like that. Maybe cuphooks in the wall. =) Thanks for this sneak peek!

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  3. These are lovely! I love your flags. And I agree that the bunting is the cutest idea!

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  4. Son muy bonitos.Quedan muy bien en las banderitas. Besos.

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  5. Yes yes yes!!! I am deinately purchasing the November stitcheries. Soooo lovely

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  6. Carole, These designs are so delicate and adorable! I love them! No wonder you get excited sharing these peeks. I put the last stitches on my project last night; now today I need to add the trim and a few other possible ideas are bouncing around...I hope to post a picture by tomorrow for you. Thank you so much for everything that you do! Have a wonderful creative day!

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  7. Love, love the bunting! Have some pink gingham that I think will be perfect for it.

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  8. Ohh fantastic I love that little tree and bird design, had earmarked the Noel bird from a previous Stitchery club for the rest of my ornaments but will have to make some of those as well, at least one for my tree!
    Thank you once again for wonderful designs x

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  9. No wonder I get excited when a new Stitchery Club is released...this bunch of designs will be wonderful.

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  10. Another very sweet line of stitcheries that lend themselves to a cute bunting or any miriad of great ideas and gifts. I love your monthly stitcheries...just one little problem...the months pass by all too quickly! Creative Bliss Dear...

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  11. Jenny, muito lindo e delicado seu trabalho, parabéns

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  12. Sweet Jenny, It's snowing here in my part of the world, which means it is sewing/stitching weather...and I am totally smitten with your new stitcheries and hoping to get started on them as soon as they are released. They are all so wonderful, what a talent God gave you...you are, as always, a wonderful inspiration for me in both my sewing life and especially in my walk with Christ. I thank Him each and every day for making you a part of my life. Keeping you and yours in my thoughts and prayers always. Sending big big cyber hugs from my snowy side of the big pond.
    Nancy Jo

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hugs
Jenny
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