Friday, May 17, 2013

Kits, fabric bundles, and hanky linen in my shop today! Be quick!

Ever since I began using white hanky linen to embroider my designs upon, I've had many emails asking *where* can you get this wonderful fabric!?

Well, an answer has arrived because I've decided to stock it myself.
I use it all the time, I LOVE stitching on it, and I want it to be readily available to you, no matter where in the world you are.

HERE in my Etsy shop today, you can purchase 27" squares of this lovely linen...

Also in the shop today are very limited quantities of Gumboot Garden fat 1/4 bundles... kits to make the "It's Raining" Dolls Quilt and Carry Bag project (pattern inside the June 7th issue of my Elefantz HOME e-zine HERE)...

 The kit includes all fabrics, lace, thread, Whisperweft, and hanky linen.
The kit does not include the pattern. You will need the next issue of Elefantz HOME e-zine for that.

I've also got two different kits to make the "English Country Garden" project that will feature in the same issue of Elefantz HOME...
 Again, there is no pattern with the kit. The pattern is inside the June 7th magazine.

Don't forget that all new Elefantz HOME subscribers will receive a free pattern!
This month I will email you the pdf pattern for "Love Is All You Need" so you have something to stitch while you wait for your first Elefantz HOME issue!
Subscription information is HERE on the magazine webpage. 

I've been so busy cutting linen and kits this week that I think I have earned some time out this weekend, just to sit and stitch. What about you?
I'll leave you with a sneak peek of a new design...

Dream your dreams, my friends.



Anonymous said...

I hope you'll keep carrying that hanky linen. Next time I'm starting a new project, I want to try some.

Stitched With Prayer said...

Oh my gosh Jenny, Brilliant idea to carry hanky linen. It is not just difficult to find here in the US, it is near impossible. Most places I inquire don't know what I'm talking about...even the needlework specialty shops who carry cross stitch linen, don't know what I'm asking for when I request Hanky Linen. I tried it after Gail Pan gave me some of it when she was here for Spring Market 3 years ago. I spent the day with Gail and her friend Sandra and we had a wonderful time and I was so excited to try the Hanky Linen. Your so right, once you've stitched on it, you don't want to use anything else. Unless of course your making a quilt with stitchery blocks in it that will be used and washed a lot. Then of course I use nice quilting fabrics for my stitcheries. Otherwise, Hanky Linen is the only way to go, if you can get it. I will definitely be getting some when I can, now that I know I can order it in your shop. Big Hugs, Keeping you in my prayers always. ..

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Clara {Clover and Violet} said...

So pretty Jenny, your designs are beautiful!!