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Vintage Embroidery Monday & Stitchery Link Party #28

Vintage Embroidery Monday & Stitchery Link Party #28

We woke to big, fluffy, flakes of snow falling yesterday morning.  I posted a short video on Instagram @supermomnocape for those of you who love seeing that first snow fall. By the afternoon it had all melted and today it’s supposed get up to 13 C… which is a good thing because I am definitely not ready for it to be winter. But there is no denying now the changing of the seasons.

This week’s pattern for a Ring-Necked Pheasant reminds me of the falls from my childhood when we would go for nature walks with my Dad and Mom though the pastures that surrounded the various places that we lived.

Vintage Workbasket pattern for a Ring Neck Pheasant Flying from Pattern Page #65Ring-Necked Pheasant downloadable pattern.


Stitcher Link Party Button

Welcome to Stitchery Link Party #28

For those who are newly subscribed or are visiting for the first time, every Monday I host a link party in which I invite others to share their hand embroidery projects.

If you’ve never linked up to a link party before and would like to join in, I’ve written a quick tutorial called How to Link Up to a Link Party to help you not only link up to this party but to any link party you might like to participate in.

The rules for the Stitchery Link Party are simple:

1. The project can be anything as long as it includes embroidery stitches in some form. Such projects might be but are not limited to redwork, blackwork, goldwork, bluework, (etc), counted cross-stitch, crazy quilting, crewel, silk ribbon, pulled thread, hardanger and sashiko.

These projects do not have to be vintage or vintage inspired. All styles are welcome as long as it’s hand embroidered.

2. Link directly to your blog post, not to your blog home page.

3. If you happen to sell your embroidery or embroidery patterns, feel free to link up to a blog post you’ve written about a project you’re selling, but No direct links to shops or websites selling things.

4. This will be a curated link party. In other words, if a link does not conform to the three simple rules above, it will be removed.

The next three are more requests than rules.   They are by no means a requirement to take part in the party:

5. Please link back to the Stitchery Link Party with a text link somewhere in your post. Or if you’d prefer you can use the cool button that our son designed for me.

Simply copy and paste the code you’ll find under the button in my left side bar. You can add it to your post or to the sidebar of your blog.  (Please note:  For those of you who have already been kind enough to add the button, the coding has been updated and I would so appreciate it if you would grab the new code.)

6. As well, please share the love and visit one or two (or more) of the other links and take time to leave a comment.

7. I would, of course, love it if you decide to follow me but it’s not necessary in order to take part in the link party. (If you do decide to follow me, you can subscribe to e-mail updates in the box on the upper right hand side bar. You will then be sent an activation e-mail.  Once you click on the link in that e-mail, you will begin receiving updates each time I post.  Buttons to follow me on other social media are in the upper left hand side bar.)

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  • CathieJ
    October 19, 2015 7:56 pm

    That pheasant pattern is really pretty. We had some flurries here on Sunday but no accumulation. I am really not ready for Winter. I want some more cool Fall weather.

  • Renee
    October 19, 2015 5:08 pm

    Wow! Snow already. While running errands today, I saw yellow and brown leaves “raining” down. Fall is in the air here and winter is not so far behind. Can you believe you have been hosting the Link Party for 28 weeks already?! Thank you!

  • Susan
    October 19, 2015 10:21 am

    Thanks so much for the pheasant. My husband, his brother and his dad used to hunt them, and we’d have pheasant for every holiday meal. Thank you also for making it so easy to download the patterns, no jumping through a dozen hoops to get it. I appreciate that!

  • Mary
    October 19, 2015 8:55 am

    We used to see so many pheasant in the fields, but not so much anymore.

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