This vintage Christmas stocking pattern I found last week cleaned up so beautifully. All the little pattern pieces are still in the folded pages so carefully cut. There were even a few extra images she had free handed. A local university mascot the Jayhawk, was lovingly drawn. I wonder which stocking she sewed that on? The little baby stocking is quite obviously my favorite...hello stitched on the sole. An image so cute for a bingo card, tag, or Christmas pattern box.
Car line stitching has been fruitful already. This is my second pattern in the Cotton Floss set. You might remember the first. I switched up the same floss colors to give it a different look. This is now ready to be stitched up into little bits and bob bag.
Now that the cooler temperatures have set in, I am happy to bring out my fall (felt embroidered) Cath Kidston bag. It was purchased during the summer sale at a very nice sale price. When it opens I feel very much like Mary Poppins pulling things out of my carpet bag. Maybe I can pull a cute little Hoosier cabinet out of there one day?
Fall footwear can be troublesome for me as I am a planter fascists sufferer. Orthopedic shoes can be...well not so cute. These cute Dansko shoes were right up my alley. Another great buy off the Internet of course.
Thank you all for your wonderful comments on my nesting bins. I have way too much fun sewing. Followed closely by blogging.