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Wednesday, March 28, 2012

The Travelling Pattern Is Ready To Move On!

Just a short while ago I was lucky to be selected by Julie of Julie's Stitchyknitter Journal to be the next recipient of one of the Travelling Patterns out there in the blogosphere.  I stitched it up in pretty quick order, and finished it up on Sunday

Here's what mine looks like all stitched up:
 Count Your Blessings
c2009 Shakespeare's Peddler
Stitched with: GAST where I had it DMC where I didn't
Stitched on 28ct Vintage Linen

If you would like to be the next Travelling Pattern stitcher there are a few rules that need to be adhered to :

1. Comment on this post saying you would like to be part of The Stitcherhood

2. By leaving the above comment you agree (if you are chosen) to stitch the design and send it along to the next person in a timely manner. If this means dropping everything in your rotation to concentrate on this project, so be it. If you cant bring yourself to do this don't sign up.

3. You must have an active blog to participate. if you have a blog but never post to it you wont be chosen to be the next stitcher.

4. This is a giveaway type traveling pattern. That means you must follow it from blogger to blogger to enter each time it is ready to send along. Commenting on this post doesn't make you a guaranteed part of The Stitcherhood.

This Travelling Pattern has been a quite a globe trotter and so far been stitched by:-

1. Sharon of its daffycat Oklahoma USA
2. Karen of Karens Handiwork, South Carolina USA
3. Patty of Hanging on by a thread, Florida USA
4. Terrri of chocolates for breakfast, stitching for lunch USA
5. Lynda of a cozy little place for stitching, Oregon USA
6. Nataly of Natalys needle creations, Massachusetts, USA
7. Erin of fairy tales and french knots, NY USA
8. Jo of Serendipititous stitching, Suffolk UK
9. Mouse of tales of a a stitching mouse, South Yorkshire UK
10. Sally of stitchyangels treasures, East Yorkshire UK
11. Lesleyanne of Lesleyannes life of stitches, Northamptonshire, UK
12. Michelle of stitchercraftplace, Staffordshire, UK
13. Kath of kaths stitching heaven, Barnsley, South Yorkshire UK
14. Christine of The Alchymyst's Study, Cornwall, UK
15. Kate of Kate's Flossbox, Tyne & Wear, UK
16. Julie of Julie's Stitcherknitter Journal, Leicester, UK
17 Dani Black Belt Stitching Wizard, Ontario, CAN

You have until Wednesday April 4th (one week) to leave a comment if you're interested

After I finished up the Travelling Pattern, I wanted a quick little Easter stitch.  I had received this little freebie from another blogger some time ago and thought it was the perfect little stitch.  Sorry its a crappy picture!

Prarie Schooler 2011 Freebie
Stitched with: DMC
Stitched on 28ct Black Jubilee



26 comments:

jhm said...

Yes, I agree to stitch it quickly, to send it forward quickly, etc. I have left messages before and never got chosen. This is the first that I heard you needed to follow the chart. Most times I never saw where it went. I do love the pattern. It would go well in my house.

JHM
jhm0823@gmail.com

Lelia said...

Please add my name to the drawing. I'd like to be in this Stitcher
hood - what a charming design! you have my word it will be stitched timely and sent along quickly.

Always, Lelia
Stitches of Life blog

Lesleyanne said...

Two lovely finishes Dani.

Kathy A. said...

Me, me, me - you know all hte details lol.

Christine said...

Great finish on the travelling pattern, and I love the little folksy egg

Giovanna said...

Nice finishes - love the egg on black!

Diane (di) said...

Happy Dance for both of your finishes, Dani. They are both wonderful (love the egg)!! :)

Ruth said...

Two great finishes and I'd love the chance for the travelling pattern to come here to Ireland. :)

Jan said...

What a cute little Easter egg.

Please add me to the drawing. I would love to stitch this pattern.

Clare - Aimetu said...

This is a great idea, I have heard Julie talk about it but didn't really understand how it works. I'd love to be included, my blog is Aimetu's Stitching.

Chris said...

Wonderful finishes Dani!!

CJ in OK ;-) said...

"I would like to be part of the stitcherhood"
This is such a cute little pattern, your's came out great. Love this PS egg finish, great colors. CJ in OK ;-)

Susan said...

Very cute finishes. I really like the egg! I can't drop everything, so please don't enter me in the drawing.

Sally said...

Love both your finishes Dani. Please don't enter me in the drawing as I've been part of the stitcher hood with this one :)

Maureen said...

cute finish - can you count me in for the travelling pattern please!

Brigitte said...

What a nice design this is. Please, count me in.

Dee said...

Very cute finishes.

It's amazing all the places that the pattern has been.

Susan said...

I'd love to be part of the Stitcherhood and promise to stitch this one up quickly and send it along. I certainly need the reminder to count my blessings as my husband has had a frustrating health issue and we are dealing with an elderly relative.

I always enjoyed your posts on one of the ezboards (Theresa Wentzler or the Rotation Stitchers--can't remember which one) and am glad to have found your blog.

Daffycat said...

Yay! Your version looks fantastic, Dani! I can't wait to see where is goes next!

mdgtjulie said...

Please don't enter me in the drawing, as I can't possibly abandon my rotation, but I wanted to say grats on the finish. You're awesome! And, btw, the freebie color scheme is great. (It also happens to be my fave football team's colors, lol. What a coincidence!!) Really, grats on both finishes. You rock!

mollycaff said...

I'd love to be part of the Stitcherhood! Your version looks great, as does your cute Easter stitch

Lindsay said...

Lovely stitching as always Dani.

I'd love to be next to join the stitcherhood

Bekca said...

I'd love to get involved with the Stitcherhood, I think it's a brilliant idea! Thank you very much. Gorgeous little finish Dani, congrats.
Best wishes.

Julie said...

Great finish on the Travelling Pattern.

Annette-California said...

OH YES! I would love to get to be in "The Stitcherhood" No problem meeting all your criteria. I would have it stitched in no time because I love this pattern. Just haven't treated myself to it.

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

I'm already in the Stitcherhood! Looking forward to seeing where it goes next.
Love your Easter finish too.