Wednesday, April 30, 2014

Pineberry Lane Pin Pillows

In this day and age of separating sets to make individually priced charts, it was a surprise to find these three pin keep charts included with the sampler design.  [My finished sampler may be seen in the previous post]  At $10.79 from 123stitch, an online needlework shop, this was quite a bargain.  

Pineberry Lane's Tansy Pin Keep

Pineberry Lane's Yarrow Pin Keep

Pineberry Lane's Rue Pin Keep

And now, to share the wealth, I thought I'd offer the Tansy -Yarrow - Rue chart to one lucky reader.  Just post a comment explaining why you like primitive designs in general and/or why this design appeals to you in particular.  I'll select a winner over the weekend.  Good luck to all who enter.

And, since there was room on the linen I used to stitch the pin pillows, I used the space to start Elizabeth Designs' A is for Autumn.  I expect that will be another quick and easy stitch.


Rita said...

Great job on stitching them!

Please enter me in the contest. I like prim bc of the simplicity and also the historical "feel".

ldepalatis at earthlink dot net

sampler68 said...

I love primitive patterns. I think their simplicity speaks to my heart. I feel a calmness and peace when I stitch primitives. My favorite decorating style is Early New England and I love classic colonial homes for their designs, colors and uncluttered look.

Thank you for the opportunity to enter this drawing.

sampler68 from the 123 board
Sally in NW PA

Kate said...

Hi Riona,

Your Sampler came out
beautiful! I love primitives because of their Simplicity and when things were more simple!

Vera said...

What a generous/sweet offering! Though I am not "into" Prim as much as some, these three pin pillows do appeal to me - plants, animals, what's not to like? Plus I really like pin pillows in general. Thanks for the chance!

Dani - tkdchick said...

Wow great finishes! Please don't enter me in the giveaway... I'd rather they go to someone who loves to stitch that style of design!

pj said...

Love your stitching projects. You asked about why I may love prim? One of the ings I like and it may make you chuckle is,,,,,,,,, I like the way the people are charted. :)

Pam in Iowa

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

I actually like the lettering most on these. Don't put me in the draw though, I've won two draws recently - time to share the luck with someone else!

Stitchinowl said...

Please enter me in your generous giveaway. I enjoy stitching primitive designs. They have a historical, yet quirky feel. I also enjoy gardening so this particular pattern "speaks" to me.