I looked back on last year’s post & was hit by the photo of Bill & I standing on the lot we had just purchased…if we were to try & stand in that same spot today, I think we would be in the garage! Exciting times coming in this New Year but 1st, I want to wish my dearest a Happy 30th – thank you for being my home for these years.
Yep – we got married in the 80’s…big hair, poufy sleeves, satin shoes. Don’t forget the bridesmaids dress that you were surely going to be able to wear again & again!
A gorgeous bouquet sent by my Mom & Dad. We are both grateful to each of our parents for providing us with an example of a loving marriage.
‘I AM HOME’ – this years complimentary design. To print your copy, click here: I AM HOME.
I have a number of the tiny heart buttons to gift. Please send a SASE to Hands On Design 2400 Apache Dr., Sioux City, IA 51104. I will send you one of the buttons. I will include a small piece of the roof cotton fabric in the first 100 envelopes. 1 button per request please. While supplies last, first come first served.
Buttons & embellishments from previous years Anniversary stitches are no longer available through me.
I don’t know…this picture just cracks me up every time I see it. (we were probably trying to embarrass our kids)
Enjoy the Stitch,
Hands On Design
Ellen Weaver says
Wonderful Cathy! Thanks for sharing!
Tammy Tutterow says
Happy “30” Cathy & hubs! Thanks for sharing!
Phyllis Lundy says
Happy Anniversarey! Thanks for the chart…my envelope for the button is on its way!
rOBIN IN vIRGINIA says
wISHING YOU A MOST WONDERFUL ANNIVERSARY! tHANK YOU FOR SHARING THE I AM hOME DESIGN WITH US.
Lynn Bencic says
Happy ANniversary to you and Bill!!! L Love the design!!! Thank you so much for sharing it with Us!!!!!
L Staggs says
Thank you Cathy ! Love all your designs
Marilyn Ferlitsch says
Happy 30th Anniversary, Cathy & Bill!!!
And many more!!
congratulations on 30 years – and thank you very much for the pattern!
Happy Happy Anniversary!! And thank you for always being so generous!
Terry rose says
Happy Anniversary!!! Wishing you many more years filled with love!
Arlene Grimm says
Happy Anniversary. Thanks for the Gift to all your fans!!
HAPPY 30TH aNNIVERSARY. tHANK YOU SO MUCH FOR THE CUTE DESIGN.
Happy 30th! ‘88 was a greaT year, in June my husband Dave and I will celebrate as well! Here’s to many more. ?
Happy 30th anniversary! My husband & I will celebrate our 40th anniversary in october, and with him, I am home! Can’t wait to see your market designs!
HAPPY ANNIVERSARY!!!! ???
Susan p says
Happy Anniversary Cathy and thank you for the free design. It’s our 30th anniversary this year also. I hope you enjoy your year together!
Cheryl Brumbaugh says
Happy 30 th ANniversary! Its mY husband’s and my 30th Anniversary this yea, too, in June! Love all your designs! Happy stitching!
Sandie @ crazy'boutquilts says
MARIE JO says
Merci pour cette jolie grille.
Heureux Anniversaire !
Teri sandoval says
Thank you so much for these wonderful designs. Happy anniversary!
Donna Dorman says
Cathy and Mr. Hands on Design,
Happy 30th Anniversary!!!! Hope you have many, many more.
Happy Anniversary and I wish you many, many more.
Thanks so much! Very cute design – Hope you had a happy Anniversary!
Pattie Davidson says
Happy Anniversary! We will celebrate our 47 in June!
Thank you very much. I love it! And of course happy anniversary!
Congratulatins!! and thanks for design 🙂
Stephanie m says
Hi Cathy – I finished the anniversary pillow this weekend (used Lt blue ricrAc and cheery red twine) and just love it!!! ThAnks again for the pattern and lil bitty button ???!!!
Just finished stitching your pretty chart. Thank you so much for sharing it and these lovely memories
i stitched this for my 13th anniversary last saturday. Thanks for the lovely pattern.
You can see my post here:
hELLO! I just found this design and I am loving it! Do you happen to have the little house pattern you used to cut it out with? I would love to have it if you are able to share. Thank you for this pattern. I just Love all your designs!
Cathy Habermann says
I didn’t use a pattern for the shape. I just sewed a rectangle of fabric to the top edge & then cut the corners off for the roof line! Super easy – c