When I stand before God at the end of my life, I would hope that I would not have a single bit of talent left, and could say, "I used everything you gave me." ~ Erma Bombeck
Prairie Schooler's classic Christmas Village is fresh off the Q-Snap. I'm pretty pleased with it.
It's GORGEOUS Pam!!!! Can I ask what color fabric you used?
Congratulations Pam, it looks amazing.
Hey Pam,What a pretty piece of needlework to view after my trip to D.C. ! Yes, I am back home and will be back at work tomorrow. The work you put into this particular pattern reminds me of the beautiful work you did for our wedding present. Just think last Wednesday was 15 years and still counting!!Great job, as usual. Marianne
That is so beautiful. You should be so proud of that.
Wow, this is lovely- great finish!!
Congratulations on your beautiful finish.HugsLainey
A gorgeous finish :) Hurray for you!
Just an incredible finish! You must be tickled to death!
What an incredible finish! You must be so proud!
That is beautiful!
Pam... your Christmas Village came out stunning! I have almost completed one house so far. Your sampler inspires me to go on.Can't wait to see more of your finishes.Janice
Very nice work--lovely pattern!
takes my breath away! that is truly beautiful :) congrats on the finish!
Its beautiful! I love this pattern! I've started it myself, but its officially in the UFO pile. I need to pull it back out.
thank you for your comment! Your Christmas Village is so beautiful!I've actually decided against the sparkly blue fabric for the Believe design...I'm going to stich it on sparkly white fabric...I think that the blue fabric might overtake the pattern, which is bold yet gentle, and I think the sparkly white will make it pop! What do you think?
Really beautiful work! I've been looking for this pattern for weeks for my Mother - that's how I came across your blog; can you tell me the number of this design? I'm trying to find it on a website that handles out of print leaflets but they don't have a picture to go with the listing, only the pattern number. Thanks for any help you can give! Stacey
Stacey and any others, this is #79 of the Prairie Schooler designs. It is long OOP and much sought after. Good luck!
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