It has been so glorious here for the last week or so … the gazebo has been erected in the garden, and I have spent a lot of time out there looking at these ….
and doing a lot of this ….
… when in fact I should have been working. But somehow putting the final touches to a new pattern doesn’t feel like work, it’s wonderful when you can spend time doing something you really enjoy, particularly when you’re in your garden surrounded by blossom and birdsong!
This is my latest Rosie & Bear pattern – magazine subscribers will recognise it as it’s been included in the magazine for the last few months, where Julie of KC’s Court has been hosting a stitch-along. The blank template was also included in this month’s newsletter, without stitch details. The completed pattern, together with stitching instructions and floss requirements for my version is now available in my Etsy shop where I’m also running a “Spring Fever” special offer ….
But hurry … this offer must end after Easter, so now’s your chance to bag a bargain and set up your own garden-based stitchery over the Easter weekend!
I love your version of Rosie & Bear and the Good Book
I just love the way you stitch up flowers. And the real picture of your flowers in gorgeous.
I think you may have just described the perfect job there. 🙂
I am so so so loving this cute embroidery sampler!!! It is just gorgeous!