Everyone is welcome to stitch along!

Everyone is welcome to stitch along!
Click here to go see how it all starts...and then stitch with us!

Friday, April 23, 2010

Stitch with Me!

Welcome to my new Farmhouse Blessings Blog! I encourage you to join here (free of course)
and start your own Blessings Stitchery Sampler. Find your favorite colors of thread (embroidery floss or cotton floss) and fabric~ osnaburg, linen, stichery fabric of your choice....

and start stitching along. http://countedblessingsproject.blogspot.com/ (Amy's blog)

You need to stop over at Amy's wonderful site that started all this fun! She started with 39 squares to celebrate her 39 years. Her little stitchery was so wonderful people joined along and then she decided to broaden the theme and added blessings to the theme! What a lovely idea....many people added their blogs to the fun and this blogging stitch party has begun.

But it is much more than a party...it represents in a beautiful way the best part of our lives...those people we love, things that bless us....and recognizing blessings instead of focusing on the negative much of the time.

Below is a little Christmas sampler I did before the Holidays. Very simple...easy to do and I finished it quickly because I worked a little bit every day on it!

So what are you waiting for? Head over to Amy's blog http://countedblessingsproject.blogspot.com/

for wonderful inspiration...check out the blogs she has on her sidebar that have joined in on the fun...you will not be disappointed! Why not focus on lovely things, our blessings, joys that surround us? I love this idea!




  1. I was so sorry I missed the first 39-Squares round, but am even happier to try this one! Thank you for sending the word out! While this looks like fun, I like that this is like very good chicken soup for the soul too!.. And it's ok to put the crochet hook down once in a while, right?!.. Have a wonderful weekend Debbie! ~tina

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  3. We live on an old farm, but we don’t farm it. I adore your blog with your blessings as I can relate to all of them. Your work is beautiful.