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Summer Fruits pincushion
Teresa Wentzler: English Garden Sampler
Teresa Wentzler: Noah’s Ark
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Un Chat dans l’aiguille: Patch Coeur Août
Wool beehive needlebook
Wool hotwater bottle cover
15 thoughts on “Two Sheep grazing”
I love your two sheep freebie Anne, is this available to download somewhere?
I am asking the same question as Sandra. Where can I acquire this darling chart???
Very cute Anne and I am so glad you got it done 🙂
It’s very cute Anne, congratulations
It’s lovely, Anne 🙂 Glad you’re feeling better.
Glad to know you are feeling better and that is a lovely stitching on the sheeps.
Yay for you Anne. that is so cute.
It’s just so adorable 🙂 Congratulations!
What a cute finish!
I am glad you are feeling a little better, Anne!! And don’t feel bad about not stitching much on Bordeaux. I don’t think I have picked it up in two weeks:( I miss it!
It’s very sweet, Anne! I did “grateful for ewe” last summer and was surprised at how long it took to do such a small design. Maybe she puts some sort of spell on her freebies? LOL!
Great finish, Anne! I don’t think that anything is a quick stitch anymore. At least, not for me. LOL.
I am SO glad that you are scoring some overtime pay to help you out and I am even more grateful that you have pulled yourself up out of the funk and are feeling more like yourself again. I know that it can be hard to do, but you are doing a great job! *hug*
What a pretty finish!!
Love all the wonderful stitching you do – your peacock needle/scissorcase is absolutely stunning.
Love the blue fabric. Congrats on a great finish!
The sheep are so cute!
Very cute finish! congrats.
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