23rd Psalm - free block of the month

From January through to October 2020 I will be sharing one free block per month in this year's beautiful project, The 23rd Psalm.



Each block will be published via my blog on the 1st of the month, or you can subscribe to my blog posts and receive notifications so that you never miss out.















May you be blessed as you stitch!



12 comments:

  1. I love that you combine my two loves. The Word of God and embroidery. God Bless you!

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  2. First, thank you for sharing your beautiful creations, your time and your talent. I have been a follower of you and your life adventures for some time. Have quite a few of your delightful patterns.
    Second, I just signed up for your Faith in Hand Stitchery Club and look forward to seeing where the Bible leads you in creations. I am looking forward to working on one of my favorite Psalms in the Bible. It has brought me comfort many a time.
    Lastly, want to wish you and your family a very Happy New Year. Sending prayers that Australia soon gets relief from all the incredible fires it is dealing with and that much needed rain will bring some relief. Also sending prayers that you and your family remain safe and that God watch over those in harms way, the animals and the firefighters battling the blaze.
    Thank you again dear Jenny and God bless.

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  3. Thank you for this beautiful, thought provoking series of embroidery! I may even teach this series to people in my church! Gloria

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  4. Oh Jenny, how blessed I was to find your stitchery blog. Last year my women's Bible study did Psalm 23 study written by Jennifer Rothschild. I was so blessed by this study and have found new appreciation for it. Now I will have a beautiful reminder to lay at my bedside table. Can't wait to get started.

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  5. I love your designs and color choices! Precious!
    I tried to subscribe and is says there is no such page!

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  6. I thank you for these precious words to embroidery.

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  7. I am enjoying this and looking forward to June's page. I'm also printing the page and having my grand daughters color it. When finished all pages, I'm going to make them a paper book, with cute papers.

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  8. your link foes not include block 7 and 8

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    1. Joyce the link is above the photo of block 7 and the bonus block.

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  9. Thank you, thank yo, thank you, for this lovely book. It now means more to mean than you can imagine. My grands are not being brought up in the Christian faith or any faith, which bothers me since their dad was very involved in all aspects of the Church, he even chose the church to do his Eagle project when easier things were available thru the city. I understand that things were decided by his wife. Anyway, Everytime we are able to visit, and be alone we speak on topics that surround us at the time. This book will now hopefully be read by here more than once. I'll need to make another just for me. Have you thought of making somethings with the 10 commandments?? Have you already? I'd like to review it if you have. I look forward to hearing from you. Hope you are feeling well and don't have any Spring allergies to bother your migraines. --Robin
    quiltyladyrr atgmail dotcom

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    1. I'm glad this had brought you joy, Robin. No, I have not done the 10 commandments...I can only do so much as my business is a full time job and I shared Psalm 23 for free.
      In my shop you will find The Lord's Prayer if that helps... :-)

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