Saturday, June 20, 2020

Episode 84

  • Consider the Lilies by Heartsting Samplery - 40 ct. Dusty Road by Seraphim Hand Dyed Fabrics by Laurie and cotton threads. 
  • Mary Barres Sampler by Stacy Nash Primitives - 40 Creme Brulee by R&R and cotton threads. 
  • Mary 395 - 1869 by Hands Across the Sea Samplers - 40 ct. Vintage Examplar by Lakeside Linens and Belle Soie silk in Cranberry. 
  • Oh Joyous Day by Blackbird Designs - 36 ct. Legacy by Picture this Plus and cotton threads. 
  • MLK Sampler by Stone Street Stitchworks - 40 ct. Vintage Homespun by R&R and cotton threads.  This pattern is only 50 cents and she just asks you make a donation to a charity of your choice.  I donated to The Conscience Kid

  • Come Into my Garden by Blackbird Designs - 36 ct. Legacy by Picture this Plus and cotton threads. 

  • ES Spot Sampler by Of Female Worth - 40 ct. Creme Brulee and cotton threads. 

**All the finishing was done by Faye Riggsbee - Carolina Stitcher.**

  • Summer in Bloom - Drum Pinkeep by Blackbird Designs (from the Maria Selby Humphrey book) - 36 ct. Wren by Picture this Plus and cotton threads. 
  • Project Quarantine by With Thy Needle & Thread - 35 ct. Old Mill Java by R&R and cotton threads. "Storm Blue" rick rack from Lady Dot. 
  • Little Redwork Pinkeep by Stacy Nash Primitives - 36 ct. Ligonier Latte by R&R and WDW Cayenne. 
  • Darling Buds of May by Blackbird Designs - 40 ct. Legacy by Picture the Plus and cotton threads. "Navy" Chenille from Victorian Motto. 
  • Garden Urn Pinkeep Kit by Samplers Not Forgotten - 36 ct. Vintage Pear by Lakeside Linens and cotton threads. 
  • Hen Peck by Plum Street Samplers - 36 ct. Oaken by Picture this Plus and cotton threads. "Sweeny" rick rack from Dames of the Needle. 


  1. What is the name of the new release had houses up top was patriotic...i thought it was called long may she wave showed it at the end of yr video i cant find ir.

  2. Nicole, always thanks for your inspiring videos. I so enjoy how you share so much information re your stitching projects--type of linen, count, types of threads, etc. It helps me so much as a novice stitcher. I'm a much slower stitcher than you, and I don't obviously have a big enough stash, but I'm working on it. Thanks for sharing your knowledge. Stay kind and safe. From a Delmarva stitcher...Pat T

  3. Love your videos. I too support racial equality, I would suggest you truly include the foundational origins and affiliations of BLM in your research. My best