Dec 12, 2013

Who wants a Schooler chart?

Greetings from once again covered with white crap PA.  Before I forget - to Kathy who requested info on the large Postman Santa - you are no-reply so I couldn't send a close-up.  But a larger photo and the source is on the Stitcher's Christmas page under my header.  Now.  Here's the confusing stuff.  I told you that Connie generously offered some of our favorite Schooler Santa charts to me and said to offer them to others if I had duplicates.  Well, I do, so I will.  Here's the catch - with that same spirit, you must pass the charts on to other stitchers when you're done. These are books 43, 53, 58, and 62.

I would like to have 4 separate drawings because many of you already have one or more.  Having you specify the book you would like won't help because Random may draw 4 names that want the same.  So I'm listing one book on one page.  Under the header photo, click on the BOOK # tab to see each one and leave your comment on the page of the book you would like.  Geez I hope this works.  If it doesn't, I'll start over with individual offers.  Don't forget your initials if you're anonymous or no-reply!!
 
In others news, I have an A&E and a lamb box left, and I think I will make two more and offer them this weekend.  I will do a post when they are ready if anyone is interested.
I got an email from Maureen in Canada, who used one of my pear designs to stitch (in silk) eleven different colors for her assistants' gifts.  Beautiful!  Thank you Maureen!
  I loved this design many years ago from Barbara Bourgeau Richards and had it custom framed, but am tired of it.  Still love the big hipped family though.  Pierogis and pasta?  Or Mounds bars?
 
And this is Niky's little free chart that I mentioned.  So quick.  I'm not sure how I will finish it.  And that's about it.  I have some other Santa cards to offer but it's too much right now so I'll wait.  I want to thank Connie again for offering these charts.  You will make several stitchers very happy Connie!!!  And remember - pay it forward.
That's all folks. 
 I got my little parlor cleaned out and found some of my smalls stuck in a basket.  Floss is all back in the floss box and linen (that was thrown everywhere) is ready to be sorted and returned to the drawers.  The only thing I never misplace is my Dove with almonds.  And my yellow car.
Thank you for visiting!
Enjoy the coming weekend.
 

22 comments:

Cricket-bug Corner said...

I love your jugs.... and that little desk by your tree - lovely!!

Angie said...

Beautiful pics Marly...you can send some of the white stuff to me!

Primitive Stars said...

Wow, wonderful jugs, I agree, sweet little desk, Francine,

Vickie said...

Your little parlor looks fabulous. Good for you.
They are big hipped from pierogis. Definitely. ;)
Oh man! Help! My mom is a Dove MILK CHOCOLATE addict. She gave me lots and lots in my stocking. I thought that would be fine then I wouldn't inhale them all, as I am a DARK girl. Le me tell ya Marly, if you don't have the DARK around, the Milk IS good after all!

backporchcarver said...

Love your Prairie Schooler tree, I just got four done for myself this year (and 6 done for the kids stockings)but I am still working on them so maybe next year I will have enough done for a small tree.They are addicting to work on. Yes that cupboard full of jugs is amazing.

linda said...

HI Marly, I love your Barbara B Richards design. I have saved several from long ago; some were in magazines and some were single patterns I bought. Then one day a found several little tiny note cards with her designs and I bought them. I have them all tucked away in a box. Maybe after the new year I'll dig them out.

Robin said...

I will definitely take the white stuff off your hands! Snow only though; not a fan of ice.

Good for you on getting things in the parlor cleaned up!

Robin in Virginia

carolm said...

I love your blog and I have decided to use your basket idea for displays ...Framing is so expensive and that way I get to practice hemstitching. Your Santa's are terrific Carol

Margaret said...

Oh my gosh, I love seeing glimpses of your house. So wonderful and cosy!

Catherine said...

Love seeing all the goodies!

Maggee said...

I was SO intent on focusing on the big hip, I didn't even notice the jugs. So, when someone complimented you on your jugs...uh-oh! What can I say??? Been reading your blog too much? We haven't had snow yet! But I don't want it quite yet... have to get my car fixed first!! Hugs!

Barb said...

Thanks for your generous offers!

Elizabeth Ann said...

Went to see the Postman Santa and the pictures of your home and Christmas are wonderful - have a great peaceful weekend....

Pam in IL said...

Lovely! We have the white stuff too (and more on the way tomorrow into Saturday).

Ha, I never misplace my Dove chocolate either!

Weekend-Windup said...

Beautiful jugs and the white one...

Happy Room Diana said...

I would really love one of the Santa books as I do not have any, and your inspiration has me cross stitching nearly every day, especially as I am stuck home following knee replacement last week. Yo oh ho Diana

Judy said...

Your decorating is beautiful...so warm and inviting. I like having more little trees around the house.

Judy Heartland stitcher

butterfly said...

Another lovely post, thanks enjoy the weekend.

Anonymous said...

WOULD LOVE TO HAVE BOOK #58, IT IS SO CUTE. Thanks for the chance
Pam B

Anonymous said...

Wow! I'd love to sit at that little desk and bask in the glow of the lit tree. You have a beautiful home and a sure touch for displaying your collections. Thanks for sharing. Mouse

ga447 said...

I enjoy your blog so much, I just love the Santa's with the blue coats.
Book #58.
gasuski@mac.com

Anonymous said...

Love your blog and all your wonderful things. A Schooler Chart would be a wonderful holiday treat! Thanks, Margaret K.

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