February 28, 2012

I'm working on orders now, but i wanted to share a sampler I finished a few weeks ago....** an out-of-print Goode Huswife design**As soon as it came out of the oven after baking it I said to myself "Awwwww!!! I'm keeping this one!!!" I stitched it on 22 ct over two threads, so it is much larger and fits perfectly in this 12 x 12 frame.... It took me many hours over several weeks to stitch, but so worth it!!!

I'm trying to make my house look like a stitcher lives here...lol...I usually sell most of what I stitch...Hope you like it!!!!


Sheree said...

Its so neat Jennifer cant blame ya for wanting to keep it i would to looks old..smiles

HomeSpunPrims said...

It's one of my favorites! I stitched it a couple years ago or so. I won't part with mine either. It's about time you kept some for your own home Jen! Your Eliza Sloan looks great. Lori

Deppen homestead 1862 said...

Beautiful~ I say a keeper~

Merry Wind Farm said...

Hi, I really love your Eliza Sloan. Maybe you would consider posting your method for baking it? On a different note, do you know that you have the nasty word verification thingy on your blog that makes it so hard to post a comment?


Jan - Life on Buttermilk Hill said...

Sigh...I'd like to buy one of your pieces then just build a room around it. So prim..so perfect!!

Susan At Glen Oaks Primitives said...

Wonderful sampler Jennifer!
Beautiful stitches.

Pamela@ The Sampler Makers Farmhouse said...


http://lasoffitta.canalblog.com said...

Hi Jennifer!! Wonderful!!!!
This sampler and the other in the next post, are my favorite!
I purchased the pattern a long time ago, now I must stitch them!!
Kisses dear, have you a good WE
take care