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I don't know if you remember me but you sent me a chart called Critters in the Flowers. I have it stitched but haven't taken a picture yet. I think I told you that I had stitched And a Garden Grew twice and was on my third time. I wanted to show you that I have finished it and this time I'm keeping it. I changed it up and left out the trellis, roses and saying and just filled it in with more of your little flower designs, some were from other charts of yours. I hope you like it. I just love the way your charts can be done just as you show or changed up and made into something a little different. Thank you so much for your wonderful designs and when I get a pic of Critters in the Flowers I will send it to you:) Thank you Kayona
Hi Karen. Wanted to let you know that I did receive your mailing on Saturday, and am so pleased to have it. Thank you for sending it again. I'm sorry about your first mailing. Who knows what might have become of it.
The ironic thing is that I had this pattern back in ~1999. I made it up for the wedding of a good friend although there was no alphabet to personalize included with that version. When I looked for the pattern in my collection, I couldn't find it--another mystery with this particular pattern. So, I searched online, hoping it was there somewhere and happily found it at your Rosewood Manor. Here's a picture of the one I stitched originally.
just to mail you a picture of my finished Flowers of Rosehall and to let you know, in my printed chart is a row missing at the adjoining part (top and bottom of the design). I've stitched with the Silks but on 32ct white Belfast.
Thank you very much for yet another beautiful design! Anka
Karen, This is my version of And A Forest Grew. I did this on 32 ct Jobelan, overdyed. The color is pale blue with white which looks like sky with clouds. I did this with specified DMC floss, one over one. The overall picture stitched pattern is approximately 14.5" x 7". I entered it into our county fair (Elkhart County) and got Best of Show. (3 ribbons, blue = First; lavender = best of counted cross stitch; purple = Best of Show which is best of all stitching. The Elkhart County fair is the second largest county fair in the nation, second only to a fair in Calif. I was just hoping to get a blue ribbon, never dreamed I would get best of show! Thanks for designing such a fun piece to stitch. Leona
“ I’m not sure if I ever emailed you a picture of my Quaker Diamonds. This was a fun stitch. I switched out the fabric, but used the Valdani floss. I really love your designs. I have tons of them, but QD was my first project. I feel honored to have my piece in the gallery. I stitched it on 28ct linen called fairy dust. Teal Elder”