Wanderer's to the Cabin

Friday, November 21, 2014

Another Christmas Gift

Thought I would share one more Christmas chart for you to stitch.

"Silent Night"
Designed by: yep you guessed it, Me.

I'm trying to come up with a Hardanger design to share, but don't have the ability to show how-to's for the different stitches, so it would be for those experienced with Hardanger. 
So many designs swirling around in my head, I almost don't know where to start. 

On a more irritating note we got this, when the Weather Channel said "Only 1 inch"
 That ended up being 5 inches more than their 1 inch. Yeah right, when it was all over and done with we ended up with 10 inches total of that fluffy white crap beautiful snow. Monster loved it and wanted to go outside every half hour just so he could eat some and lay around in it, crazy German Shepard.

Here he is, in the house pouting cause Mom said he had to warm back up, he is at least 14 years old and on glucosomine and baby aspirin for his joints, but does he care, heck no, all he wanted was to spend the day out in it or on the back porch with the outside door open so he could watch it snow. He just loves gettin' his chilly on.

Well that's all for now everyone. So until next time, thank you so much for stopping by and leaving your thoughts behind.

Take Care and Happy Stitchin' All
Hugs, Sandy

22 comments:

  1. Thank you for the lovely pattern!
    I like that white fluffy stuff! We moved to where there is none and we miss it.
    Monster doesn't realize how old he is. A youngin' at heart.
    ~Jessica

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  2. Beautiful! Thank you! :)
    Greetings from Hungary: Palkó

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  3. Gorgeous design, thanks for sharing. Look forward to seeing a hardanger design too.
    I find snow to be a pure irritation, fortunately we don't get too much of the stuff in the UK.

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  4. Zhank you so much for this lovely chart!

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  5. That's a gorgeous chart. Thank you.

    I am so jealous of your snow, all we have had is rain, rain and more rain!

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  6. Sandi, thank you for this lovely chart. We were lucky the snow missed us but I think we're in for some tonight; hard to believe that we're nearing the end of Nov. and don't have snow, mind you it's a nice change from the last few years where we were knee deep by the end of Oct. Monster is a sweetie.

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  7. Love your snow picture; very pretty! Poor Monster! Enjoy your weekend!

    Robin in Virginia

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  8. awwww bless ... playing in the snow is fun until you get yourself sooo cold it hurts and we don't want that little man ...
    thanks for the chart ... and could you not link to where you could get the info on the stitches from ?? love mouse xxxx

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  9. A beautiful pattern! Thank you!!

    I like "fluffy white crap" better than "snow" :-)

    Love the dog! He looks so sweet!

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  10. Lovely pattern ... thank you! Monster looks great for 14. Yikes! 10''! That's way too much. I have small dogs ... at least you don't have to shovel a path for your big guy like I do for my little ones. He can probably shovel a path with his nose :)

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  11. Thank you for sharing your talent...the pattern is beautiful!

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  12. Thanks for much for the design. I love it!

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  13. A lovely pattern; thank you for sharing.

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  14. Merry Christmas.
    Thanks for the lovely Design.. Gorgeous Shepherd...we have a Yorkie who loves the snow as well,..these fur babies just want to have fun.:)

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  15. Thanks for sharing that adorable pattern. Love your "snow monster"He doesn't know how a 14 year old is suppose to act.
    I will be moving to snow world next year and cannot wait to see the dogs when they first step in it!

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  16. Lovely little pattern--thank you so much, you inspire me to stitch!

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  17. What a pretty pattern. Thank you for sharing. No time left for me for this year ...keeping it for 2015. Thank you again.

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