Tuesday, July 19, 2011

Ready to Travel!

Last night I put in the last few stitches on "Count Your Blessings," so the pattern is ready to travel on!

"Count Your Blessings" - Shakespeare's Peddler
stitched on 28-ct. tea-dyed Irish linen (Charles Craft), my own floss choices


If you would like to be part of this Traveling Pattern there are a few rules:

1. Comment on this post before Sunday, July 24, saying you would like to be part of the Stitcherhood.

2. By leaving this comment, you agree (if you are chosen) to stitch the design and send it along to the next person in a timely manner. If this means dropping everything in your rotation to concentrate on this project...so be it. If you can't bring yourself to do this ~ don't sign up.

3. You must have an active blog to participate. If you have a blog but never post to it ~ you won't be chosen to be the next stitcher.

4. This is a giveaway-type Traveling Pattern. That means you must follow it from blogger to blogger to enter each time it is ready to send along. Commenting on this post doesn't make you a guaranteed part of the Stitcherhood.


Please make sure you include your email (if it isn't in your blogger profile), so I can contact you! I'll post on Monday with the name of the next recipient.

17 comments:

Kate said...

Love yur colour choices for stitching this.
I would like to be part of the stitcherhood so please add me to your draw.
Thanks

Lesleyanne said...

A gorgeous finish. Love the colours you have chosen. Please enter me in your draw to join the sisterhood.

cucki said...

wow..it is really looking so lovely..i so much wanted to stitch it..please count me in for the draw to join the sisterhood..thank you xx

Kathy A. said...

Oh please = send it my way!! I would love the join the sisterhood.
Hugs

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

I've only just discovered this travelling pattern. I'd love it to come visit me.

www.serendipitousstitching.blogspot.com

Karen said...

Very cute, Erin. Counting my blessings is something I need to do more of lately. Would love to join, but I'm afraid I can't right now with my work/school schedule. :(

Mouse said...

ohhh it looks lovely and pleasseeeeeeee let it come to me .. pretty please ..lol love mouse xxxx
mouse_stitch3@yahoo.co.uk

Lee said...

Please drop my name in the hat, too!

Christine said...

Beautiful finish, please put my name in the hat

beforethedawn said...

Great finish! I would love to be part of the Stitcherhood. :)

Blessings, Jessica
http://blessingsinthecountry.com/

Patty C. said...

Looks great ;)

Angela P said...

Fantastic finish! I would LOVE to be a part of this stitcherhood :) I started the LK Life's a Stitch one and it's so much fun.

Susan said...

I'd love to be part of this stitcherhood! I really need the reminder to count my blessing right now as my husband had a health scare that turned out to be OK. We are also helping a young man as he struggles to pay for college and are so thankful that our children didn't have to worry about how their educations would be paid for.

feather-stitching.com said...

Lovely finish, it looks great :) Please don't enter me in the draw though :)

natalyK said...

A lovely finish! I hope you enjoyed stitching it. Can't wait to see what Jo does with it.

Freddysmama (Kirstin) said...

Hi Erin,

I just found your blog through Jo's post about the Stitcherhood of the travelling pattern! What a fabulous idea - have now had a good look at your blog :) Love your work. Will be following you now.

Kirstin
(Stitchin' Addiction)
www.addictedtostitchin.blogspot.com

LAC said...

On another post you talked about an older pattern called "Wildflower Afternoons" by Dagmara Designs with a quote that reads "wishing you butterfly mornings and wildflower afternoons - i am so hunting this pattern - do you still have it? i had it at one time but cannot find it anywhere! any help where i can find it? thank you so much

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