That title probably has you scratching your head…
I have watched a few Floss Tube videos & have seen quite a few Facebook/Instagram posts about how stitchers are striving to fill their bread bowls with seasonal smalls. What a cool idea (I will confess, I have umm…several containers – not all bread bowls – around my house that are filled with smalls. (some my designs & some not – I used to have a non-HOD stitching life!)
Now we get to the subject of this post…my Valentine’s complimentary charts! I started what has become this annual tradition a few years ago to give as a gift to my husband on our anniversary (Feb 6th). I started with the Love You More pillow (I place it on his side of the bed when I have to leave town for teaching…sniff, sniff) – I’ve done 4 now (yes, 5th on its way soon) – this year we celebrate 29 years…but I’ll bore you with the mushy stuff next time!!
Here’s the problem: my old website has gone away but my old blog has not (I don’t post there anymore but I kept it for those that have ‘pinned’ from it to their boards) – so now those links take you into the www’s version of a black hole otherwise know as Error 404:page does not exist.
Here ya’ go: links to the previous designs..
Last year: 2016
2015 ( I may have a few of those hearts left…)
2014 (those were his baby shoes, my china set & we met at Va Tech – the VPI belt buckle)
These are great ‘use your scraps’ kind of stitches! Some of what I used may not be available anymore.
Please sign up on the newsletter or check next week for a blogpost for the new design. I don’t post complimentary charts permanently on my website…these take time to design, stitch, finish, photograph, etc… & I feel like it’s a small thing to ask you to follow, like, or sign-up – my gift to you! You are welcome to share these, I just ask that you keep them in the original format & include my information. (Yes, addresses & blogs may have changed over the year…I love chatting with stitchers when they email me about ‘where is your blog now’ kind of questions.
enjoy the stitch,
Hands On Design