I cannot wait to get emails from your blog...I love everything you do! Your work is so refreshing and pretty...it's something, I think, everyone would want in their home. Thank you for sharing so much.BTW, I love the Shabby rose blocks....the one with the red checked applique (I get confused on the names) but I can't find a finished image of the whole thing....am I overlooking it somewhere? I purchased one of the ezines because I thought one of the blocks for it was in there and maybe there would be a finished picture of the whole quilt...but it was the wrong shabby rose quilt in the ezine.Anyway, I would love to see the completed picture of the project with red checked shabby rose quilt (if it's a quilt.)lol!Thank you so much for what you do!
Hi Marilyn, the quilt is called Shabby Roses Beauty and you can see all the blocks and the final layout here.. http://www.elefantz.com/p/beauty-bom.html...hugsJenny
Marilyn, see my comment below. :-)
This the first comment I have ever sent. Couldn't resist, was so taken with your designs! It sounds like your soul is as beautiful as your designs. Can't wait to get my very first news letter. THANK YOU
i was getting your email updates and your newsletter but haven't since Jan 26th? I re-signed for it and it tells me I'm already signed up....I love getting your emails and wondered if something has happened? please see if there are others like me and hopefully fix it. Thanks.
Genevieve, the only way to fix the blog emails is to find one you received previously and 'unsubscribe'. Then resubscribe and it should work again. Do the same with my newsletter, or email me with your email address and I can do the Friday newsletter one for you.
I am new to your blog and found it to be absolutely delightful! What a treasure to find you! I am so impressed with your work, and even more with your sharing of your faith through it. Thank you so much for the freebies. I am looking forward to learning and making some of your patterns to give away to loved ones. Where to start?! I have asked the Lord to bless you as you bless others. I am confident that He will!
Thank you, Susan - and I receive that blessing with pure expectation! He is so good, so very very good to His children.hugsJenny
I was so excited to see your "HE IS RISEN" design on Craftsy. It is awesome. Thank you so much for what you do.
Hi, came looking because of the Sunday scripture, but stayed because of your projects and beautiful work. I have been wanting to pick up a needle for some time but haven't known where to start. Can you recommend one of your projects as a starting point for a complete novice?
Hi Tawa,Start with a short trip down 'backstitch lane' with my free STITCH tutorial and pattern. Just press the 'tutorials' button under my blog header. xx
I just discovered your store on ETSY and fell in love with it! Your stitching projects are absolutely awesome and beautiful! I love every one of them! Thanks so much for sharing your designs and tutorials!
For some reason I'm not getting mine anymore either. I have sent my Email again - hope it works - I miss my Friday Newsletter!
Oh!! Your tulip design is wonderful, really lovely... I cannot wait to stitch this up :)Your creations are really wonderful, no they are AWESOME!!Thank You :)Smiles :)
Looking forward to reading your newsletter. Love all of your work haven't seen anything I haven't thought was lovely and a Big Thank You for all of the wonderful freebies you are always passing on to us.Carol O
Thank you for the Christmas freebies, your work is beautiful!Looking forward to my first newsletter, thank you :)Jan
Please sign me up for a kit. Thank You.
Please sign me up for a kit and are we allowed to buy another yard to make another one? Please if yes, add it to my order. Thank you. Sharon Lozano firstname.lastname@example.org
You have inspired me to learn how to embroider through your lovely designs. Thank you so much for so generously sharing your beautiful stitcheries, and even more so, for sharing the light of the Lord that shines so beautifully within you. I cannot say enough about your patterns. I have purchased several (with many more in my "wish list"), and have joined your stitchery club. I look forward to each new pattern with delight!
Hi Sandra!I pray the Lord gives you great joy in the work of your hands. x
Muchas gracias por compartir tus magníficos trabajos.Besos desde España
I have been browsing through your delightful blog for at least the last six months. I have been so taken with your creativity and your generosity. However, I continued to resist signing up for the newsletter because I have an ongoing battle with too much unwanted email and too little time to deal with it. But I drooled over your lovely blackwork daisies, and even though I am a beginner embroiderer, I surely would like to tackle that project in the future (when my stitches are tiny and even like yours).
Oops; I'm a "no reply blogger" because I don't have a blog. I check your site regularly though.
S Walker, I understand about too much email. :-)
I just found you and want to follow I love he cow and the kitchen redwork will have that in my house soon email@example.com
♡ this is just lovely... what a blessing
Olá Jenny! Muito obrigada pelo acesso ao seu blog e pelo envio de newsletter. Seu trabalho é muito lindo. Parabéns! Sou Ana Maria. E sou do Brasil. Um beijo
Hi Jenny, just signed up for your monthly club. Can't wait to get started. I purchased several patterns from you on Craftsy but there are some others that are not available such as the Birds and Hearts. Are your older patterns available? If so how can we purchase?Fondly,Sally
Hi Sally :-)If you specifically request a particular month I can list it for you. blessingsJenny
I have always loved your beautiful designs and love the clean, fresh look. Can you please list the fabric you usually use for your patterns and also the thread. I know you can use many materials but I just wondered what your samples are made from . I just purchased some patterns and wish to use good materials.Thank you- Laurel
Laurel, I have a specific blog post linked in my sidebar that answers your questions. :-)http://www.elefantz.com/2015/04/supplies-things-i-use-when-i-stitch.html
I just stumbled across your site and oh my goodness you do beautiful, "happy" work and have inspired me to learn how to hand embroider. Up to now, I've only done machine embroidery. So thank you for sharing your work, the devotionals, your tutorials, freebies, everything.
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