“Life is the Flower for which Love is the Honey” - Babe’s Honey Farm is a companion to Ravenhill Farm, Strawberry Fields Farm and Jingle Bells Christmas Tree farms. Parts of this design can be stitched separately, use some of the motifs for a nametag, greeting card, or honey bee stitching accessories!
Accessory pack includes threads, ribbon and charms available by special order - please enquire
Wow.. a sampler inspired by snow! This beautiful sampler can be stitched and enjoyed all winter long. Between bands of specialty stitches, flowers, and snowy white lace, people are playing & enjoying themselves outdoors; skiing a high mountain, throwing snowballs, skating, sleighing....?
Start collecting Thea's new pincushion series.. starting with a beautiful heart shape just in time for Valentine's Day! She has used two different coloured linens; soft Baby Pink and Summer Khaki linens, complemented beautifully by the colours of the overdyed silks, beads, paillettes and beads...
These beautiful little samplers are so quick to stitch, and lovely when they are done. One for each season of the year: Spring, Summer, Autumn, and Winter. The chart comes with a full alphabet so you can customize the lettering to suit any number of occasions. A great gift!
Busy as a Bee, My Needle & Me reads the verse on this lovely little sampler. Another reads Be Yourself... Everyone Else is Taken. There's also a bonus pin pillow. Crown charm and button included with chart.
A second chart with 3 sweet little Woodland Babies just waiting for you to stitch them for Christmas! (Baby Fawn is in the JCS ornament issue and our Tiny Pack is available for that too) All three are finished the same way - in our Tartlet Tins..! Acc Pack contains overdyed threads, beads and tiny red buttons so you can finish yours the same as Cathy Jean did. Get the Tart Tin Pack too!
Four tiny purse ornaments with the words of familiar Christmas carols. Stitch each sweet little purse shaped ornament for your own tree. The backs can be personalized with a name and the date using the Alphabet! Another tiny purse ornament was published in the 2012 issue of JCS.