My Scrappy Vintage Kitchen Stitch-along



Here are the links to each block's blog post as they are shared:


Block 1 - Milk & Cookies




Block 2 - Oven Helpers




Block 3 - Tulips on the Table




Block 4 - Jam & Apples





8 comments:

  1. This is going to be a gorgeous project and fun to stitch. Thank you so much for the patterns, I'm looking forward to taking part.

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  2. I was drawn to your blog via your IG account. It was only when I visited here that I realized I have already made a block you designed: the block you designed for the Splendid Sampler in 2016. I still haven't finished quilting it... but I have made many other lovely things, the most cherished one being a baby quilt, for my baby brother's first child, who was born last Friday!

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  3. Hello! I love this little block! It is so adorable and simple to make. I made it when you first posted it, and I like the way it worked up so quickly. Sometime I get bogged down in a quilt or embroidery and then set it aside to "finish later," but these little projects can be completed at once! Thank you for offering them. I can't wait until Friday to see what's next. Do you have a schedule listed somewhere that tells what blocks will be posted?

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    1. They'll just be posted in random order, Regina. So happy these little blocks are doable for everyone. :-)

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  4. I was wondering about the brown thread. I could not find DMC 443. Is this the right number.

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    1. Oh Joy, I mixed the number - it's 433. So sorry! I'll amend that on the blog this week. Thank you for bringing it to my attention! xx

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  5. Came across your work just today and wanted to say how beautiful your stitching and designs are. Thank you for sharing them!

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  6. Jenny, I always say the same thing but it bears repeating especially to any new followers. Jenny has the most beautiful designs out there in the stitching/embroidery world! Not my opinion...a Fact! Lol! Not only are the designs beautiful but the Designer is just as beautiful inside and out! I've been following you for several years and even encouraged my sister Sarah to follow as well. Embroidery has been her therapy,now that she battles several incurable autoimmune diseases and find herself housebound much of the time. She claims, after having stitched one of Jenny's patterns on an apron for my birthday gift, that making her stitches look like Jenny's stitches on not as easy as it looks. Jenny is a pro! But a very sweet pro! The main thing I adore about Jenny is her love for God,the Master Designer of all creation and her personal relationship with God's only Son, Jesus Christ!

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Jenny
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