What are you doing next weekend??? May 5th & 6th!
If you are in the Columbus, Ohio area stop on by the Primitive Stitchers Society Retreat's Merchant Mall!
Open to the public from 12:30 to 4:30!!!
There will be 8 of the PHM artists there to meet!
Teresa Miller of Teresa's Primitive Treasures
Linda Hanneman of Moonbeam Primitives
Carol Woodard of Woodland Primitives
Nan Lewis of Threadwork Primitives
Theresa Meloon of Dulaney Woods Treasures
Julie Butler of Plumrun Creek
Rhonda Thomas of My Glory Stars
Michelle Blanco of Yankee Girl Dry Goods
Along with us there will be 12 more vendors with 32 packed full tables of finished handmades, patterns, kits and so much more!!
Here is a peek of what the PHM gals will be offering!!
Hope to see you there!
While browsing the antique mall a few weeks ago this sweet little bag caught my eye! It was labeled "seed bag" with a question mark! I felt that was a logical guess as to what it was used for. My first thoughts were what a great shape it would make for a cross stitch or embroidery design so it had to come home with me! A pattern is in the works so be watching for that! I used some of my stitching designs which I've placed on my 1 Year of Stitches challenge.
Here is the bag I created with the inspiration of the antique fine!
And here is the antique bag! Needs an iron but wanted to maybe lightly wash it first.
The rest of my offerings for Primitive Handmades Mercantile this month are a punch needle wool egg with a check, bunny punch needle spoon, tulip in bloom pocket and a tulip pinkeep!
A few weeks ago I stumbled upon these wonderful sugar molds in an antique store! I fell in love with them instantly and knew that had to come home with me! At first glance my mind started turning and I could see them as the perfect punch needle design! I finished them as hangers but they could easily be made into a pillow!
Kits, epatterns and mailed patterns are available in my Etsy Shop!
Welcome to my little spot on the web! I hope you find my journal interesting and please check back often! Not many days go by that I'm not creating something. My husband makes the most wonderful wooden items for me to prim up. He closes the shop down from October until the end of February to dabble in his hobbies. So, during those months my list of new treasures for him to create in the Spring grows very long.