Promised Lamb

This is releasing today, so your shops should have them soon! (I was a little behind in getting them to the distributors this time.)

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Here's what you'll need to know if you'll be stitching this design:

The model was stitched on 35 ct. Liberty Gathering Gray by R&R Reproductions, and the threads used are by The Gentle Art in Faded Rose, Cameo Pink, Pomegranate, Garden Gate, Portabella, Old Brick, Parchment, Brandy, Endive, Old Red Paint, Wood Smoke, and Oatmeal. The stitch count is 198(w) x 140(h), and the gorgeous frame (love love love it!) can be ordered from Total Framing in Fairfax, VA, by calling (703) 426-0660 and asking to speak with Sherri Berkman. (And thank you, Kathy Krause, for your beautiful work on the model!)

I suppose this is a bit of a Christmas-themed design, but I do believe that the message is one that could be displayed year-round. πŸ™‚

And Mom, I hope you approve of it, since I put the deer there for you. πŸ™‚

I hope everyone's summer is going beautifully! I've been enjoying every single day of it, and refuse to complain of the heat, since it seemed that winter lasted forever here in the heartland. I'll be back soon with pictures from our July 4th weekend.. what a fun time that was!

16 Replies to “Promised Lamb”

  1. Oh. My. Goodness!!!
    The red house! the red bird! The Christmas message! : )
    wow. You’ve outdone yourself this time Paulette! can’t wait to get my grubby paws on this newest release!

  2. Paulette, you have got to stop this! I am losing count of the number of reincarnations I have to have to complete all of the wonderful designs you have been cranking out. I’m still not finished with the retreat piece from the SB retreat last year and then you go and turn out lambs and pink houses – what’s an addict to do?
    Susan C.

  3. Fabulous – I’ve never seen a design using the words from one of my most favorite Christmas hymns ever, and this is SUCH a good interpretation :):):) – can’t wait to stitch it.

  4. What a beautiful design! I would definitely hang this one all year. BTW, I love the deer!
    I’ve also read your post of your trip to Colorado and it looks like you had a wonderful time not just at the retreat but at Katrina’s as well.

  5. I love the graph, but I sure wish you wouldn’t use R&R Reproduction linens. They are NEVER in stock, they are even hard to find online, constantly back-ordered for weeks, and they are more expensive than “regular” linen, which is expensive enough! I do love your designs, but…

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