Wednesday, September 28, 2016

Guest Artists on PFATT Oct 10th

I am so excited to announce I will be a guest artist on PFATT on Oct 10th.  If  you have never visited their website you are missing out my friends.  Here is a link so you can go see all of the lovely handmades . They update every month on the 10th @ 1pm Eastern time. Here are a few of the goodies I made for the update.
This sweet little  5 3/4" wide by 6 1/2" tall.  I have done some fancy stitches around my cross stitch design ad he has a sweet little black wool pumpkin on the back. This is perfect to use as a pinkeep if you should choose too.  It is stuffed with sawdust shaving, walnut shells, and lavender out of my garden. 

My log cabin Oct 31st drum has to be one of my favorite drums to date.  It is big that is for fact the biggest one I have ever made to date.  It is 5" in diameter and stands 4 1/2" tall.  It has been stained to primitive perfection and has been filled with sawdust shaving, walnut shells, and lavender from my garden.

I've been busy also with updating some of my banners and what not to reflect more of what I do these days.   I hope you like it.  It's been fun playing with my new collage app LOL!!!  I also did some collages of some of my past work.

I really need to update my business photo's a good one yes but I very rarely like my own photo and this one I was pleased with so I guess I will live with it a bit longer.
Thanks for stopping by and checking out what's new here at Dulaney Woods Treasures!!!!


Friday, September 9, 2016

New Pattern Releases

I know it's been awhile since I posted but I wanted to share my new designs with you. 

        My Floral Basket Kit (limited) 
Which is stitched on 30ct Redwood from Dames Of The Needle.  It comes with everything you need to make the Pinkeep drum 

          My necklace piece pattern
All the necklace pieces are stitched on 40ct linen.  Three of them are stitched on Dixiesamplar Hand-dyed Fabrics linen and the pumpkin is stitched on Week Dye Works. 
It really is perfect for using up scrap linen though. 

To find out more about them check out my Etsy shop which is to the left.