Tuesday, October 1, 2013

Small post I am afraid!

Well I have put Jack's afghan aside until I pick up a couple skeins of yarn and then I will be finishing it up.  Yarn being so expensive anymore I can't buy all I need at once so I buy as I need.  Works out well that way.!

I am planning another names of Jesus piece and nearly have it worked out.  I was asked if I charge for these pieces.  No, I don't.  I make and give them to Pastors and churches and once I have given one to another person.  She wanted to pay and I told her I would take a donation to continue these projects, whatever she felt led to do.

So onto my Sampler then from Jeremiah Junction.  I have finished the alphabet and am on to the bottom little scene.  I love the leaves and there coloration but let me tell you they are not so quick to do with around 9 colors in them!  LOL!


Thanks for visiting this short post!  Blessings and huggles.

11 comments:

  1. Your sampler is looking lovely. You are very kind to do stitching for other people (:

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  2. Lovely stitching! So great that you stitch the Jesus samplers for pastors.

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  3. Your decision to accept a donation is the ideal decision. You make a gift from the heart and the recipient is allowed to gift you with the ability to continue your gifting.

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  4. Your such a sweet person....I am sure the pastors and the churches feel blessed receiving such beautiful gifts.

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  5. Adorable sampler.
    Catherine

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  6. Love your sampler it's so bright and cheerful!

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  7. This is so pretty, I love the Fall colors. It is so good of you to give the name of Jesus pieces away. I do a lot of charity stitching too. :0)

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  8. Very sweet... I love all the colors.. Happy Autumn..with love Janice

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  9. Very sweet... I love all the colors.. Happy Autumn..with love Janice

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  10. I purchase my yarn the same way you do. I am knitting a cardigan right now and the yarn is just over $6 per skein and it will take eight to complete the project, so I buy 2 at a time and a little more if they go on sale.

    And, I would LOVE to make a donation for a names of Jesus piece.

    Bean

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