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Wednesday, July 6, 2011

Remember These?

Well, the 4th of July is gone for another year, but we all know that our American spirit lives on through out the year. We love our country and are forever proud of it, irregardless of what is happening in Washington. Yes, times are tough, but we still have so much to be thankful for if you sit down and really start to compare our country to others. We do have freedom, and most of us still have a morality that can only be found in a civilized nation.
As many of you may know, hand embroidery is back in a big way, and many customers are turning to less expensive projects to work on to get us through the tough economical times. I have found the perfect projects to work on that are inexpensive, fun, and would create a great keepsake. Remember these, old is new again.
These are easy, they are all pre-printed for you, so all you have to do is iron them on and start embroidering.

Pure fun! We carry all of these Americana patterns in our on line shop. These come with full instructions and a color guide. Remember we also sell blank quilt blocks either in a good quality white muslin or a off white fabric. The sizes are 12 1/2", larger than necessary so that you can trim then down and center after embroidering. Go check these out on our Hand embroidery page at

Happy Stitching! Carol


  1. Someday I'll do the 50 State Flowers! I love hand embroidery. I learned as a very young child, stitching dish towels, pillowcases, and "dresser scarves" (sort of a distant cousin of a table runner).

    LeAnn aka pasqueflower

  2. oh yes, i remember that I didn't think I was ready to get married until I had my chest full of all sorts of scarves, pillowcases, dishtowels, etc. I should have done more I guess, they are all gone now!