Easter Blog Hop 2019

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Happy Easter! Jo at Serendipitous Stitching is hosting her Easter blog hop again this year, where you must visit all the participants to collect the letters of a mystery phrase. Welcome, if you are visiting me from Jo’s!

We are supposed to share a spring-y stitch with our post, too. Well, this isn’t my stitching but it is so pretty and springy I chose it to share with you for Easter. This hung in my Grandma’s “tv room” all my childhood, but she didn’t stitch it either! My mom said Grandma bought it at a bazaar! “B” stitched it according to the initial on there.

Before I inherited it, I found the pattern by chance and recognizing it, bought it so I could stitch it myself. Now that I have the picture I probably won’t re stitch it but at least I know what it is! It is called “Daffodils” from Flower Garden published by Green Apple and designed by Jeanne Bowers and Janet Powers. No date but I know it’s older because the chart is hand drawn!

And if you’ve read this far you’ve really earned your letter from me which is the letter “E”. To get the next letter please proceed to Vickie’s at A Stitcher’s Story. Good luck solving the mystery phrase!

Here’s wishing you and your loved ones a Happy Easter!

14 Responses

  1. dragonsluver

    Hopping along the blog hop. Thanks for the letter. Lovely springy piece. How nice to not have to stitch it after all. B did a great job with it.

  2. It was nice that you found the pattern for the picture. Your grandma had good taste, and it’s lovely that you are enjoying the picture too! I’m sure it would have made B very happy to know her (? Just assuming!) picture has given you both such pleasure.
    Happy Easter Mary.
    Hugs,
    Barbara xx

  3. Leonore Winterer

    I do love some stitching with a story. What a great coincidence you found the pattern too! And thanks for the letter.

  4. Fantastic daffodils with a cute story! “B” did a nice job and it’s great that you happened upon the pattern eventually too. Thank you for the letter~ 😀

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