Saturday, December 27, 2014

Christmas Ornaments

 This last week has been nice,
quiet and super productive.
We had a wonderful Christmas
with our family.
I think my brain was in serious
need of a vacation with no major commitments.
Here is a little taste of what
has been going on.
I have been working on cross-stitching
the last month.
Working on my Tammy Bag and
these little

Brooke Nolan has these
cross-stitch patterns that
are free of charge.  I omitted
the number on the patterns.

I worked on these and
decided they would make
adorable little ornaments
for our tree.

I used 25th and Pine Precut Hexies
made a little Hexie sandwich with
some batting in the center.
Then I sewed my  cross-stitch
down with 12 wt. Aurifil on
my sewing machine.
Ohh, and don't forget
the ribbon on top
I am "sew" looking forward
to the rest of the
For now I am working on
the Spring Vintage pattern
which you can find here.

Here is the full Schedule.
I hope you hop along with us.

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  1. Those are just super cute designs ! I never have even finished my sampler :oO I'm not doing the Tammy hop this time, but I'll be rooting for all of you each day !

  2. They are such cute patterns with or without the numbers!
    Happy New Year to you and yours, Amy.
    Best wishes for 2015!

  3. Love the little animal ornaments! Thanks so much for the link... I'm printing some of them right now! Happy 2015!

  4. I love the little mouse ornament! Very cute!

  5. What a great idea to use Moda honeycombs for your ornaments! Thanks for sharing your wonderful work.

  6. Adorable ornaments! The skating cat is my favorite.

  7. I love the ornaments, now I need to start stitching but I need a days rest!

  8. very cute ornaments! no stitchin for me for a while. i had surgery on my right hand and its certainly put a halt on EVERYTHING!!!!!

  9. Such sweet ornaments and I'm sure they will be treasured for years to come. It is nice to take a little break for the action, isn't it!