Much love to All.

Wednesday, April 1, 2020

It has been a couple of months

 It's been a couple of months since
I posted.  I volunteered to work
at market for a shop.  I met Vonna
whom I just love and Cathy
from Hands on Designs.  Market
was a bucket list experience.
It was a lot of work, but I am
glad I did get to experience this
event.  I met so many shop owners
and designers.  This industry is
amazing.
 Hands on Designs - Cathy

 I fully finished HL moth and it
is hanging in my bedroom.
This was a release from last
years market 2019.
 Fully Finished
Pattern by Hands on Designs.
 
 
 My First fully finished sampler.

 I put in a full front garden by myself.
144 bricks, measuring one sq ft.
I laid the plastic barrier and then
land each stone.  I did this in one day.
I was sore the next couple of days
but so worth it.
 
I had organic compost soil delivered on
Monday and the left side of the garden
is complete. 
                                            They ran out of soil.  so next delivery is Friday.
I want everyone to know that what is going
on in this country and around the world
will pass.  Stay positive and focus on
what make you happy and makes you
smile. 
 
Much love and happy stitching everyone.



18 comments:

Martine Batelier said...

Nice finishes and I love the idea of your beds. Nice day to you.

Kay said...

You have been busy with your finishes, I really like the Christmas sampler. How wonderful to get to go to market!! x

Shortbread and Ginger said...

Sounds like you had a wonderful time at market. Your garden looks fabulous!

Marilyn said...

Cute finishes.
How fun that you got to help at Market & meet designers.
Congrats on arranging your garden by yourself, it looks nice.
Marilyn

Robin in Virginia said...

Hi Cindy! Glad you were able to experience the Nashville Market! It sounded like you had a great time. Your finished finishes look fabulous. Your full front garden looks incredible. I hope you will continue to share pictures of it as it grows and matures.

Be well and safe!

Vickie said...

LOVE that moth! Your finishes are super Cindy! Have fun in your garden! I am sewing masks for everyone! Take good cre of yourself my dear!

Cindy's cross stitch said...

Thank you🌻

Cindy's cross stitch said...

Thank you.🌻

Cindy's cross stitch said...

Market was fun kay

Cindy's cross stitch said...

Thank you Marilyn

Cindy's cross stitch said...

Hi Robin. I will surely share the garden as it grows.

Cindy's cross stitch said...

Hi Vickie, how awesome you are sewing masks. The moth is super cute🌻

Carol said...

Always lovely to see a new post from you, Cindy! Such pretty stitching and I'm so glad you got to go to Market :) Amazing that you put in that entire garden yourself--you must have great biceps after that--ha ha! Can't wait to see what new blooms you plant this year--enjoy!

Karen Motsinger said...

You've been busy, Cindy. I admire you for putting in the garden. That's a lot of work. Looking forward to seeing what you plant.

Cindy's cross stitch said...

I was sorry for a couple of days, but it was worth it

Cindy's cross stitch said...

I cant wait to see the sunflower bloom.

Unknown said...

Cindy-Are you still offering cross stitch ornament finishing services? If so, can you e-mail me?

Unknown said...

Well, you can tell I’m new at this! Here is my email. Dbdykstra59@gmail.com