Wednesday, November 15, 2006

Women of the Mayflower... Fabrics for Sale

I haven't had much chance to work on Women of the Mayflower, or any other stitching, at work lately - so I brought it home tonight and worked on it a bit... not too much further to go now :-)

Thank you so much to everyone who is leaving me such nice comments and emails about the little fobs I have been busily stitching. I feel so much like a one-trick pony right now - getting good at fobs, but nothing else - LOL! I promise you, I am working hard at learning some new tricks so it won't be quite so boring for you all!

Does anyone know how to access By the Bay Needlearts' freebie called Bay View Estate? I would love to get this, but cannot locate it anywhere... any help would be great, and am willing to trade for any freebie I have that you want, my stash is huge! Thanks!!

More fabrics for sale... everytime I visit my stash, I see more purging I can do! $1.50 shipping in US per piece (found out real cost of postage last time around) - if not in US, let me know and I will give you a good deal! PayPal highly preferred.

Zweigart 32 ct Dark Teal Belfast, 14" x 19", $7.50
Zweigart 32 ct Mulberry Belfast (discontinued), 13.5" x 18", $7.50
Zweigart 32 ct Willow Green Belfast, 18" x 27", $12
Wichelt 18 ct Twilight Blue linen, 14" x 18" (great for Shepherd's Bush), $8.00
Zweigart 28 ct Steel Grey Cashel linen, 18" x 27", $12
Zweigart 25 ct Bone Lugana (great for HAED), 18" x 27.5", $12

Stitched on today: Finished a gift, and Women of the Mayflower

13 comments:

Jenna said...

WotM is growing quite nicely. It'll be done in no time. :) BTW, I'm not ignoring your emails or anything, but we just put in a new mail server and Comcast doesn't like it yet, so I'll have to resort to my Yahoo account until everything is settled.

Mary Ann said...

Hi Carol, your Women of the Mayflower is looking fantastic! I do know when you can get the Bay View Estate freebie. Here's the link to Stitches N Things November newsletter. They offer several freebies each month. Either with a purchase or you can send a SASE for them(I have done this several times). and Bay View Estate is one of the November freebies(scroll to the bottom of the newsletter).

http://www.stitchesnthings.com/NewsletterUpdate_000.html

I hope this helps.

KarenV said...

Oh wow - you're nearly done with WoTM and it looks great!

Looking forward to your HD!

Barbara said...

Hey there, Carol! I sent an email with the BV freebie attached. Hopefully it will get through to you.

Your WotM is INCREDIBLE!!

Anonymous said...

http://www.stitchesnthings.com/NewsletterUpdate_000.html
well, apparently you already got this address....have fun and show us your progress ;-) Ann.

Isabelle said...

Great progress, Carol :)
Is that 18-count piece big enough for a SB stocking? If yes, I'd be definitely interested :)
Thank you for your comment about Robin! :D

Anonymous said...

Women of the Mayflower is really pretty Carol! I'm looking forward to seeing it finished.

Karoline said...

WoTM is looking gorgeous Carol

Wendy said...

You are so close to finishing and it looks great!
I received the fabrics in the mail yesterday - thanks so much, Carol!!

Sharon said...

Hi Carol, the scissor fob you stitched for Amanda is fantastic! You make such lovely fobs. Trust me they could never be boring. WOTM looks wonderful and the Ackworth Sampler looks like it would be a great stitch!

Anonymous said...

Aww - your fobs are not to be sniffed at, they are not boring at all. WoTM is looking good x

Anonymous said...

WOTM looks fabulous!!!!! It is my project to take to Atlanta on Monday and stick with until it's finished...Looks like we both will make it by the end of the year! Yay!

Patricia said...

Beautiful mayflower!

We have a house on Cape Cod right next to Provincetown-- the very first landing place of the pilgrims..and if i could make one of these it would be perfect!

But.. I have looked for this pattern for days..can't find it.. cant find the Fine lines mag that it's in... whewwwww!
Can you tell me where i can find this... hoping you can help.,.
From the jersey shore..many many thanks..

pat..