Welcome to my little corner of the crafty blogasphere. My name is Vicki and I blog about home*craft and everyday adventures from the heart of the valley in the Pacific Northwest.

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Do you have a cleaning lady??? You must stitch all day to get so much done and to such perfection! Thanks for always inspiring and posting such lovely work. M :-)


It makes me want to snuggle up on the couch! You never cease to amaze me!


That is just beautiful! I had to look a couple times, because at first glance I thought they were machine done.

I've also been meaning to tell you how much I love the woodsy alphabet, and will definitely be getting myself a copy soon.

For Christmas, my sister gave me some vintage embroidery transfers. In your experiance, will they still work if I try to iron them on to fabric? I'm not sure how old they are, but I think one had a price of 19 cents.


It's wonderful, vicki...
The sleeve idea is also waaaaay cool!


Hey Vicki...for those of us who are horrible sewers (at least without direction), do you have a formula or "pattern" you use for a pillow sleeve? I have big pillows on my couch that form the actual back of the couch and will be impossible to match to a slipcover without making something myself...I just don't EXACTLY know how to go about it. :)


That little pillow is darling. You're really talented.


So cute! And that tiny acorn dotting the the "i" is adorable!


This has moved up towards the top of my Favorite Turkey Feather's Projects. It's lovely, Vicki. I love the little tiny acorn.


I love this more than words can describe. You captured it perfectly!


What a great pillow!!! Love your stitching.


Absolutely GORGEOUS!!! I truly love your work... so inspiring!!!

Also wanted to let you know that you're on my "homey inspirations" list on my blog!!!



Your blog has inspired me with many happy hours of sewing and crafting! Keep it up. :)


You go girl! I love it :)
Yours is one of my favorite blogs to read...and I wait impatiently to see each new craft project you've come with...Thanks!
P.S. - I love Grace's miniatures as well :)


this project almost makes me LIKE winter ;P


too cute! I love it, and I think I have that same issue of MS Kids. Oh those were the good ole days!


It looks simply gorgeous!


Your pillow is beautiful! I miss MS Kids so badly! I don't even have Kids, I just thought it was awesome!


I adore that pillow with your embroidered word. It's lovely.


love this! so much! xoC


Love this! So nicely executed and it does give you that wintery feeling. Great idea about making it into a sleeve.


Adorable, simply adorable!!!!


This is just lovely! It makes me want to get my embroidery thread out and have a go. I have almost convinced myself that I don't *do* satin and other "fancy" stitches, but who knows: it has been so long since I tried I might actually find that I can... - I can hope, anyway!


It's so beautifully done - especially lovely on the linen fabric!


this one pulled me from lurkdom... beautiful! i too love/miss mskids.


Gorgeous embroidery, it looks so good. The pillow sleeve is a great idea. Love the inspiration for it.


It's so beautiful! I love the colors, different stitch techniques, the little acorn as the dot of the letter "i," and just every single little detail.

Pamela Godwin

This is so lovely and detailed. You do beautiful work!


I love the winter font, clever!


Hi there,

You are truly talented. I would like to link your article on my blog, can I please add a photo from here?

:) XX

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