Sunday, January 30, 2011

The Traveling Pattern.......Where will she be off to next?

The Traveling Pattern

My Needle and Floss They Comfort Me
Waxing Moon Designs
28 Ct. Lugana  ~  Purely Primitive
DMC & WDW as suggested

I was the lucky recipient of the Traveling Pattern from Lisa V. 
I have successfully finished stitching her and found the MOST perfect frame.
She is now ready to be on her merry way.  It was so much fun to stitch this design knowing that many before me had enjoyed it.  I'm excited to see where is will end up over the years. 

If you are interested in participating here are the rules.

* You need to leave a comment on this post if you would like to be the next recipient of the Traveling Pattern.  Please leave your email address if it is not readily available on your blog.

* I will draw a name on February 4, 2011.  I will post the winner on my blog.

* The recipient of the Traveling Pattern must stitch it (within an acceptable time frame), finish it and display the finished piece for all to see.

* Then the recipient must offer up the Traveling Pattern for another stitcher to use and it will be off on its travels again.

So far this pattern has traveled to the US, Australia and Germany.

Keep on stitchin' on,


Cath said...

Please put my name in . I've lost count of the number of times I've tried to get the chart .
At least I'm finding lots of lovely new blogs to read on the way , lol.

Jan said...

Nan, I love how your sampler turned out, the frame is great too.

Please don't include my name, I have the sampler already. Thanks!

Lesleyanne said...

Your finish is gorgeous. I would love to be entered in the chance to stitch this and pass it on.

Mouse said...

HI Nan would love to be entered for this chart :) it is what I say too :)
love mouse xxxx

CalamityJr said...

What a great design to share! Even though I don't have a blog, I promise I would pass it along to a blogger friend and not stop the pattern's travels!

Daffycat said...

She is gorgeous, Nan! Don't enter me...I stitched this in the original Sisterhood!

Lisa V said...

WOW, that was a super quick stitch, looks lovely.
I dont need to be entered for obvious reasons.

Shari said...

gorgeous Nan~~~~~
I would love to be entered for a chance to stitch this & then pass it on to someone else.....thanks for the offer!

Beth said...

I know I couldn't stitch her as fast as you did, but I would love to stitch her and see where else she goes.

What a fun staggered SAL!!

Pike said...

Oh, the words feel so approriate now... I have continued stitching through this time of sorrow...
Please enter my name.

Pirjo from Finland

Carin said...

I would LOVE to stitch this design, its so nice. Hopefully the pattern will make its way to the Netherlands :-)
How long did you do on the stitching ?

Annie said...

Great job and the frame is, indeed, perfect for showing off your stitching.

I'd love to be the drawing to join the 'sisterhood'.


Karen said...

tht frame is perfect for her! great stitching and framing! I would love to enter to win her.

Jenny said...

How very, very cute! Congratulations on a great finish! Don't enter me in the drawing - too many WIPs at home already, but I had to pop in and say hi.
Loved your tuck-pillow in the last post too and I think that the more narrow border looks great!

Fiona said...

Your finish looks great and you are right the frame is perfect. Please include me in the draw, I think she should be travelling over the ocean again to Scotland.

Michele said...

woo hoo! Congrats on the finish! She's lovely :)

and yes please include me in the drawing :)

Anonymous said...

just wanted to say I love your finish Nan and it's really nicely framed, glad I've just found your blog

don't enter me into the draw as I already have the chart

MommyDearest said...

I would enjoy stitching this chart and offering it up to another stitcher to keep it traveling!
Thanks...and I love your finish!

Carolyn NC said...

Wow, awesome finish (and your pillow, too!) Don't include me on the too much else to do!

Carin said...

I came to see who the lucky one was, but I guess you haven't draw a name.