I don't even have words....I was overwhelmed by all the beautiful patterns and samples. One of these days I'm going to learn how to shop this kind of abundance but so far I just wander from one side to the other and back again, only to do it all again. I was please with the variety of patterns, from very large to very small, from primitive to Victorian to colonial to funny to profound to ornate. I thought her prices were very reasonable and I think that one day soon I'll go back for her "Stitching Tuesday" when you can take your project and join a few others at a long table supplied with a magnifier/light and a thread holder that looks like an artists palette. And yes, I bought several patterns. The first was the pattern for this sample I first saw on her website (under construction right now).
This little Sheep one came with the small star buttons - so cute.
I loved the colors in this and since I'm so looking forward to spring this will probably be my next project.
This one I skipped until I saw the sample and then I went back to it. It's beautiful when stitched.
And who could go and not buy a Christmas pattern?
This one was just gorgeous when stitched.
This pouch made my primitive heart skip....I'm not sure what I'll do with it when stitched up and finished but I know I'll love it. And the one below you won't like unless you love primitives...but it would be a fun one to do with a child.
And yes, I did a little stitching this week and finished this small pillow/pincushion.
I think I'm going to add a decorative button just below the word but haven't found the perfect one yet.
If you ever get to Little Rock you should make this shop one of your stops - I loved it!