Hello & welcome to 2015!
OK, so it is nearly the end of January, but at least it’s not March or even later! I don’t update this blog very often, but it seems to still be a real hit mainly because of my free charts. I will be adding more during the year, but in the meantime I thought I would list all of my free chart posts here so you can find them easily:
And finally, because today is Australia Day and I am a very proud Aussie, I have included a special AustraliaDay chart for you to stitch too.
It’s almost that time of year again & if my kids had their way we would have the house covered in ghosts and pumpkins already!
But, there is still time to get stitching and this Happy Halloween design is my spooky gift to you today… Just click on the image above to open the PDF chart. It would look fabulous stitched on black fabric don’t you think????
P.S. – if the link there doesn’t work then click on this one instead: HappyHalloween
Wishing everyone a very happy St Patrick’s Day with this free chart for you to download and stitch. Click on the image above or here to open the PDF chart.
It’s quick to stitch and you could even do it whilst drinking a few Irish beers – although the final piece may be a little wonky if you do!! H x
I have some very loyal customers and great followers on Facebook, so every now and then I like to run little competitions and give away some of my charts and designs. Today I decided to ask if anyone on Facebook would like something festive designed especially for them and my ‘regulars’ all responded.
Originally I had said I would choose the idea I liked the most but when I saw that all four responses were animals, I decided to chart them all and send a copy to each of those fans who had replied.
This lovely little owl is my favourite of the bunch, but I also did a pug dog, a sheep and a robin – all with Christmas hats on to show their festive spirit.
A great way to end a great week and say thank you in just a small way to those people who keep me motivated to keep designing.
If you would like a copy, then just click on this Christmas Owl link to download the PDF chart and share in my early festive cheer.