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.

« Backyard Bounty | Main | MARYLAND - Black-Eyed Susan »


Feed You can follow this conversation by subscribing to the comment feed for this post.


Oh I love her pinny xoxox Clarice

Natalie VV

Turkey in apron is so dear.
Maria still wears her bunny in apron... on her own apron. Thank you for making those available. (http://www.chickenblog.com/2009/05/flossing-every-day-embroidery-floss_29.html)


I appreciate the list of blog pals. That is a wonderful resource for those of us who frequent your place. I am always looking for new pals, too...and more inspiration.
Love the turkey!!!!

I REALLY have to do some embroidery...after I finish my smocking projects for the grandbabies.


What a sweet turkey and I love how easily he er she would be accomplished with nice, simple stitches. That's what I need right now...

Patti in SF

Oh how utterly cute and charming this turkey is! The chain stitching on the legs is great looking. Kinda gives them that scaly look that bird legs have. You never fail to inspire with your wit and humor!


ACK! That is SO adorable. I acutally collect all kinds of turkeys so this really caught my eye. I'd love to stitch one up!

The comments to this entry are closed.

My Website

My ETSY Shop

  • Handmade Miniatures, Dolls, Embroidery Patterns & More
Download PDF Pattern

My Indie Books

  • BLANKET STATEMENT: One Thrifted Wool Blanket Repurposed into 40+ Projects

  • EMBROIDERY CRAFT: Stitching Through the Seasons

Ginger's Artwork

Grace's Etsy Shop