Wednesday, October 28, 2009

Downloadable Patterns!

Hey guess what! You can now download my patterns from a website called Patternmart! You just pay through Paypal and then you can instantly download the pattern in PDF format! Isn't that neat! The advantage, besides the instant gratification of receiving the pattern right away, is that you don't have to pay shipping and the pattern price point is CHEAPER!!! Isn't that cool!
Just click the link below and it will take you there.
All Hallow's Eve Cross Stitch Pattern

All Hallow's Eve Cross Stitch Pattern

Model stitched on 28 ct, Antique White Cashel Linen, with 2 strands of DMC floss over 2 linen ...

Price: US$7.00

Click for details
Not all of my patterns are on the site yet, I am still in the process of converting my patterns to PDF, and getting them uploaded, so check the site often to see what is available. Some of the doll patterns will NOT be downloadable, due to the large size. How ever, I will be offering them there as a "mail only" pattern on a limited basis, at a lower price! You will just have to check and see what is available! Exciting, don't you think!

Thursday, October 22, 2009

In the home stretch!

I am so close to finishing the model for my next release! I can't show you yet, but here is a sneak peek!Look familiar? I've shown this once before! But this is all you can see until it is all ready for release.

I will tell you the verse,
"In the highways, in the hedges, I'll be somewhere working for my Lord."
Its from an old, old tune by folk legend Mother Mabel Carter!

Tuesday, October 6, 2009

Annie Beez Folk Art at the Online Needlework Show

Be sure to pop in and visit my booth at the Online Needlework Show. It opens tomorrow, Wednesday, Oct.7 at 2PM. see you there!click the banner to go to the show!

Friday, October 2, 2009

And the winner is....!

Happy Cottage Quilter!!! with the winning entry Patch a Boo!

So thank you very much and be sure to email me with your shipping address so I can send you a pattern and some goodies!
And just for fun here are some more close-ups now that "Patch a Boo!" is all quilted.