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Counted Cross Stitch and Carefree Daydreaming

What does Counted Cross Stitch have to do with Carefree Daydreaming? Everything! Once you learn you will spend countless hours relaxing and letting your thoughts wander while creating beautiful gifts for family, friends and even for yourself. Let your hands work and your mind wander! Less expensive than therapy and much more rewarding, you can plan your life and mentally solve your problems while relaxing in your easy chair.

Hello, my name is Sharon Lomo and I'm glad you stopped by.

If you are new to counted cross stitch, you too can learn this rewarding, creative hobby. You can spend relaxing hours creating beautiful designs to decorate your home or to give as gifts to friends and family, Inexpensive gifts that resonate with love and caring because of the time you spent creating them.

You may be thinking, "That's fine for you but I don't have any patience." Let me ask you if you enjoy reading, putting puzzles together, cross work puzzles, word games or computer games? If so, you have all the patience you need.

"Ok, you say, "That's fine but I'm not creative!" I will let you in on a little secret. You don't have to be creative. If you can follow simple instructions, you can enjoy the rewards of stitching.

For beginning stitchers if recommend starting with a small design that can be completed in a short period of time. This way you won't become overwhelmed and give up on your project. This is especially important for a child who is learning to do counted cross stitch. There are numerous books available to teach novice stitchers the art. This site contains many such patterns that are suitable for a beginner.

Should you have any questions or run into any stitching problems feel to contact me via my webform in the far left navigation menu by clicking on the "text bubble". I welcome your questions, concerns, suggestions, compliments and criticisms. Please send your comments to me and if you think my site warrents it, Like and Share it!

2 for 1 ePATTERNS!

Limited time offer! Purchase 1 (one) ePattern at regular price through my shopping cart and you will receive a second ePattern of your choice of equal or lower value. After your purchase, provide the NAME OF THE DESIGN you would like to receive in the red email envelope shown below. Your free ePattern will be emailed to you once I have verified your purchase. Please indicate FREE PATTERN in the subject box. Only one (1) Free ePattern per email address please.

NOTE: Please do NOT click on the "Add To Cart" button for your FREE ePattern or you will be charged. Please allow 24 to 48 hours for delivery of your FREE ePattern

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Patchwork Friends Bookmark

 FREE! Patchwork Friends Bookmark
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Red Roses Cowgirl Boot Stocking

NEW PATTERN FEATURED!
Red Roses Cowgirl Boot Stocking.
Created with the cowgirl in mind. Get a start on this coming Christmas. Click image for ordering information.

   

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Daffodil Hill ~ Courtesy of Lauren R. Linehan at www.krosselkreek.com. The location is a small family farm in the Sierra Foothills called Daffodil Hill. The history is the farmer's wife loved daffodils and planted thousands of bulbs around the farm. The parents have since passed on and the children now run the farm. In the spring the bulbs bloom and they open up for visitors. The nearest town is Volcano, CA. Worth a visit if you ever get the chance.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

Hiram Burl Imus ~ In the center of my header is a photo of my grandfather who passed away in 1940, before I was born. My father gave me the original photo of Grandpa sitting on his mule which is one of my prized possessions. My grandfather was a cattle rancher in northern Arizona as was his father before him. My father carried on the tradition when he left Nevada in 1965 and moved onto a ranch he purchased in British Columbia, Canada. Growing up I remember that, no matter how small a piece of land Dad had, he always had livestock on it even during the years he made his living as a general building contractor.

Below is a photo of the ranch house, barn/workshop, other buildings and corrals on Dad's ranch in Canada taken around spring breakup time when the winter snow was melting. Francois Lake is seen in the background with the hills on the other side of the lake seen below the skyline.

Equus Mountain Meadow Riding Stable ~ Courtesy of Ken at www.equusmeadow.com/. Equus Mountain Meadow Riding Stable is nestled in the beautiful and panoramic Blue Ridge Mountains at Clayton, Georgia. They specialize in privately guided trail rides which offer their riders a personalized horseack riding experience. Their Horse Family pictured above are left to right: Shamrock, Windy, Bunny, Tripoli and Nicholas. If you're planning a trip to North Georgia, this is the place to visit! For riding appointments contact them at equusmeadow@gmail.com



 

 

 

 

 

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