February 6, 2011

Spring Is Best design......





My newest Spring design...Being sick has allowed me being catered to and some stitching time...Still not up to 100 %, but I hate not getting something accomplished, so i took a break from orders and stitched up this Spring farmhouse table sampler...

And MARY is my great-great-great grandmother....Now, to find the time to chart it!!

Have a great Sunday...I will be resting!!...~~hugs, Jen

17 comments:

basketsnprims said...

What a sweet design, Jenn ~ I love it. I hope you are back on your feet soon.
big hugs ~
pam

LibbiesHome said...

I love that design :) So glad to hear that you are feeling better.

Deppen homestead 1862 said...

Pretty design!
Get better!

bittersweetandprim said...

Very very pretty, I love the display, precious book! Thanks for sharing
Heather

A Fine Farmhouse said...

This is SO wonderful ! Great Job, Jen !

busybee said...

i really like this!

denise said...

Love it!!! I feel your pain.I've been sick all week,too. Glad you feel better.

~Judy~ said...

This is really nice Jen. Hope you're 100 percent soon.

hugs, Judy

Holli~Where The Rooster Crows said...

great design. Feel better soon!

Kathy (woolfind) said...

very sweet design :) enjoy your day of rest...

Green Creek Primitives said...

Hi Jen, I hope you are feeling better. I love the new sampler, just perfect for spring. Vicky

quiltsbycheri said...

Perfect spring sampler...look forward to the pattern

Trish-Ladybug said...

Glad to know you are doing feeling
Love your Project ....So simple
Prim Plain...

Warm Blessings/ Hugs
Trish :-)

Primsue said...

Love your new design, Jenn! Hope you are well soon.

Blessings,
Sue

Robin said...

Jen~ so glad you are feeling a little better!!! Hope you are back to 100 percent soon!!!!

Penny said...

Great design -- love it! I'll be watching for the pattern.... Glad you are on the mend.

TNwoman said...

Jen, Love the pic of your great great grandmother. I don't have one of my great grandmother but I know she would have those great high cheek bones, my grandmother did. She was definitely Cherokee. Being from TN also most of us do.
Love your new stuff.
TNwoman Pam