Sunday, January 19, 2014

Okay, I Need Some Help

I don't know what I'm doing wrong or maybe just what I'm doing.
I have tried several times to get the button from the Smalls SAL on my blog.
I have tried to get the Samplemakers button too....without success.
I use blogger, so if anyone has the system down....I could use some help.  
I like to think I'm an intelligent person but, this has me flummoxed!!!

I think I have the numbers done and have started on the alphabets.  
 Different angle and the flash.  
I think the color is better. 
 Close up of the numbers and alphabet.  
I wasn't sure the walnut would come through on the pictures. 
 I am going be taking a break from it for a while. 
I did start my small today, finally.
I don't want to show you that just that but I'm about a quarter done. 
It is 65x47 stitches.  
I'm trying to keep them under a 100x100.
It was a free chart.
Then I decided I hadn't done a Prairie Schooler in sometime.
I have done many of the months.  
I think I have January, February and December left to do.  
I have the February one ready to go.
I think I'm going to do the groundhog as a single piece as a little hanger for the china cabinet. 
 That could be my February small.
Hope everyone is having a great weekend.
My has been very fine.  
Did help my mom get some quilt fabric at Joann's
A throw for Ed, a table runner and set of placemats for the family that shovels her drive and I bought fabric for a table runner and set of placemats for her to make for me.  
Have a super week.  
Thanks for stopping and the wonderful comments.
Keep on Stitching.

Addendum:  Victorian Motto Sampler Shoppe is having a stupendous valentine giveaway HERE
I usually post this as a link on the sidebar but that isn't working either.
I think Blogger is loosing it. 


  1. F I N A L L Y making some progress on Hollyberry--I started on the other side of the fabric. What fabric are you using?

  2. Hi Monica. Love your blog! Just found it this morning. I had the same problem getting the samplermaker blog too. What I finally figured out was to copy the image and then in layout of blogger select add a gadget and download the picture. Then type the website link into the link category and that will allow people to click on the image and be taken to the website. I am not very smart with these things either....Happy stitching!

  3. I love the Hollyberry Farm project. It is so big. I can see why a break is in order.