A Brand New Quaker Arts & Craft Blog!

 

 

I know there must be many of you ladies and men who enjoy doing various arts and crafts, and frankly...I would love to see your work!  So I decided to make a new blog where you can post and display pictures of what you've created. What follows is my first post.  So please stop by and join!

 

My name is Deborah and I am a plain dressing Quaker. I am currently stitching the Beatrix Potter Sampler. 
Here is how far I am 
I love working on Quaker samplers because of the motifs.  Each time I finish on I feel a wonderful sense of accomplishment.
read more here --->
Well Bless My Bonnet! look what you've done... Quaker arts & cr...
Let's have a little fun together!
Praise His name
and bless the friends,
Deborah

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Comment by Helen Bayes on 7th mo. 17, 2011 at 7:27am
Does anyone have a crochet or knitted bonnet pattern or snood?  I am working on a crochet version of the hairpin crochet bonnet in my photos, but it's trial and error.
Comment by Deborah on 7th mo. 19, 2011 at 8:30am

I don't have one myself but I can search around online for one for you,

Okay, here is one The Perky Snood.

If I remember correctly this is the one I had used in the past and it does work well.

blessings,

Deborah

 

Comment by Sloane on 7th mo. 19, 2011 at 8:32pm

Hi,  Its coming out great, cant wait to see it when its done.  I am a crafter also.  

Come check our site out.  

Quakers life

Comment by Deborah on 7th mo. 19, 2011 at 11:18pm

Hello Sloan, (your name is a favorite of mine.)

Anyway, thanks for stopping by the blog, I stopped by yours as well and I am in love with your dolls!! They are so sweet. I would think those New England winters would give you plenty of crafting time.  I don't care for the cold as it bothers me physically, however, I find myself looking forward to it each year to get out the quilting.  I am going back over to your blog to become a follower  (with the rest of the crowd lol!)

looking forward to a friendship,

Deborah.

Comment by Helen Bayes on 7th mo. 21, 2011 at 5:07am
Thanks for the links to patterns Deborah.  I will try making them.

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