Wednesday, December 30, 2015

July, August & September...

In the evenings, and when I could catch a few hours during the day over this holiday break, I relaxed with my needle and thread to complete the first three designs for January's issue of The Stitchery Club...

The final three months are traced and waiting for my needle, but first I want to take a day to deep clean my bedroom and remove every last dust bunny before freshening and simplifying our sleeping space.
I get a lot of satisfaction and delight doing things like this, but more about that tomorrow...

Have a blessed day,



  1. So peaceful and so beautiful xx

  2. I think I need to follow your lead and simplify our bedroom! I hope you have a very Happy New Year Jenny. x

  3. Very nice. I need to get myself motivated to getting back to de-cluttering and setting up my sewing space. I have new cabinets waiting to be assembled and painted that will make up my new cutting table. Happy New Year to you and your family!

  4. Jenny, These are beautiful stitched pieces! Since the holiday is over it is time to get our home back into its undecorated mode and back into the more natural. I do love the decorations, but I am truly considering not doing it again. It is a whole lot of work putting up and putting away and it is harder on my memory every year. I am working on several hand embroidery projects, they are always so rewarding. Thank you for sharing and have a wonderful creative day!

  5. I love them all! The bird house is my favorite, though. I guess I am to birds as Jenny is to pears. =) In reality, with your two new BOMS, this makes three year long projects for stitching!

  6. Really looking forward to the BOMs! So very pretty!

  7. Very pretty blocks.....
    Wishing you your family and you a Happy Blessed 2016...

  8. Beautiful designs Jenny :)

    Wishing you, Mr E and the family a happy and blessed 2016

  9. Three more months completed and looking lovely dear. The hours you spend tracing (my least favorite part and what keeps me from stitching more) and stitching truly results in amazing works of HeArt. Oh how quickly December and 2015 are coming to a close.


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