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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Hi Vicki,
I was wandering if you would like some more old patterns.I have a buch I and they still have there trasvers never used.If you would like I could scan them or take pic.of them and email to you.


Hi Vicki,

My mother goose patterns have filled most of my winter cold weathers. Your new red work is so pretty. I have enjoy reading your blog and your new projects.

Periwinkle Vintage

Vicki, I've said this before, but you are such a producing machine! I need to have coffee with you. Maybe you can kick my procrastinating behind into gear. You're my idol!


Hooray!!! I am so excited - I had to drag the mister over to the computer to see what I won, lol. Thank you so very much, Vicki - you totally made my day!

As always, LOVE your redwork and all your crafty goodies. You're the best, sweetie~xOxOxOx

jen duncan

Cute cute! I just placed an order so I can get that sweet sheet as well!


I just adore your redwork! It's so cute and adorable.


Oh,the little birds are so so sweet!!!and i love the red and yellow together. i'd love to see that towel in your etsy!yep...sure would.


How cute, I am going to have to try this Redwork. I have never done it before.

Amy Hanks

You have begun a new obsession with me. I want to do some redwork so badly! I'll have to place an order soon.


The towel is so darn cute...I embroider a lot of bluebirds, my current obsession :), but now I want to make a towel just like yours with red birds...I'm heading over to the shop.


The towel and the quilt are charming Vicki, and I like your baby bonnets. I had a Thumblelina when I was small too. She was my favorite.

I've dropped by for the link to the moon dance song again! I forgot to bookmark it.



Love the little quilt. Its so perky and cute.


Owww.... that dishtowel is sóóó sweet! Thank you so much for the free pattern, it's lovely! I've never made a redwork before, but one day......!


I've never done redwork and I love the look of it. I think you've given me the nudge to get started.
Thanks for sharing,

Animal Felt

I love all the beautiful work that you do. Your blog is one of my absolute favorites!


I really enjoy reading your blog and all the pretty things you make. It is very inspirational. I am new to redwork. I would love to try. Do you design the lovely patterns?


Love your redwork! My last redwork project was Hawaiian redwork, each a 10" block. I was about halfway done with the blocks and moved. You know what I'm going to say---- I lost them somehow! I hate it when stuff like that happens!!!


Oh, I love these transfers!!! How simple yet delightful. Thank you.


Ele at A bit of Pink Heavene

Always the CUTEST stuff on this site. Love stopping by here!


The kitchen towel is so cute!

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