Stage 4 Non-small-cell lung carcinoma (NSCLC) with multiple mets to the brain to the bones (2011) - terminal - given 4-12 months to live, I'm living 2 years 10 months
I've had radiation to the brain and hips I'm done the chemo treatment for both the primary lung cancer and the mets to my bones for now. I am currently only doing bone strengthening treatment.
A lurker on the Cross Stitch Crazy board private messaged me with a link to an ebay auction. This auction was SELLING my free cross stitch patterns. I'm furious! I've emailed the seller and ebay to have them removed. How DARE THEY! If you'd like these patterns for free, you can get them here FREE!
I designed this pattern for our chicago gathering for the girls from Cross Stitch Crazy. 'Bama Tina provided the floss and NH/Saudi Robin provided the fabric and each girl was given a kit as a gift for attending :) I finished my piece last night....
I plan to design one for the Detroit party we had a few years back, since it was our first annual get together...and will design 3 more for the 2008 trips.
Inspired by my friends Kell and Venessa, my 2nd halloween stocking has a witchy theme :) Enjoy!
To receive this pattern, please email me and request the Pattern Maker file. This file can be opened and printed by using the free Pattern Maker viewer found at Hobbyware Please download the program and install. Open the program and then open the pattern and print.
My first halloween stocking - Pumpkin Patch - can be found here or you may email me for a Pattern Maker file. Please specify which stocking you'd like.
My newest pattern, I hope you like it. You can use an overdyed fabric for this piece rather than stitching the entire background. To print the pattern on one piece of paper, please set your printer to landscape.
One of the first patterns I ever designed, this has been stitched so many times in so many colours and given to so many people around the world by many many people. It's been made into framed pieces, pillows, ornaments, scissor fobs and potpourri sachets.
Stitched by my friend Jen in Florida, I created this pattern for my group of online stitching friends. We came from all over the world to one central spot to talk about stitching, our lives and our world.
Designed and stitched by me, this entry won 2nd place in the Eterna Silk Designer contest in 2004. I won US$25 cash prize, Silken Dreams publication (which never came), Eterna Silk™ MiniTwist and Stranded in all available solid shades (retail value $763.00) I was fortunate to be able to share alot of my loot with several friends! I'll never use it all in my lifetime!