Friday, October 31, 2014

Happy Halloween and Patchwork of the Crosses!

image courtesy of Google images
Happy Halloween everyone! Just wanted to pop by and wish everyone a fun and safe day! I will be dressing up as a "Farmer's Wife" :)!  And I have a few new blocks and some new kits in the ETSY shop.
3 block Autumn Runner kit

Blocks 46 and 47

AND,  All orders today get a surprise "Treat" in with their order! Happy stitching yall!
xo jan

8 comments :

  1. Happy Halloween, Jan. Beware of the goblins tonight. There are some very spooky ones in our part of the mountains.

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  2. Love your thanksgiving blocks. They look like they'd make an excellent table runner. Great colors!

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  3. A table runner would be an ideal way to start a POTC addiction! Your blocks are great!

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  4. What a great picture and same to you farmer girl! Your new blocks are beautiful and I love surprises!

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  5. Drat! Those kits go quickly, don't they??! Block 46 is particularly beautiful -- I love chocolates and pinks together!! Very nice! :)

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  6. You continue to amaze me with your designs- that autumn runner is gorgeous!

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  7. Hi Jan....I was going to reply to your post for 11/3 but couldn't stand my comment anywhere near Anonymous. If you can delete his message, I would! I can understand why he wants to be anonymous-LOL. Sorry to hear about your carpal tunnel. I think I'm developing it so I don't look forward to that with all I do. Your dogs pictures made me laugh. The mountains are gorgeous, your beanie looks warm & cozy. I love old houses-what tales they could tell. If you find out the history I hope you share. I recently bought a Kindle just for reading fiction. My craft books and history, etc have to be "real" books. I started reading "The Cat Who" series and got to book 7 or 8, which I found out is not available as an e-book. I am very disappointed although you can read them as stand alone stories, I want to know what happened to some of the characters, what caught fire, etc etc. They were easy read books without foul language, etc.and I loved the little mysteries. I will check out the books you are reading but I will have to make sure the entire series are available for Kindle first. I don't want second hand books-some look like they were thrown about a public restroom or worse! Thanks for the lovely pictures.

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