Stacy Nash Primitive Designs
6844 Silver Tree Drive
Indianapolis, IN 46236

Saturday, June 25, 2011

Finished projects

I have a few projects I can't wait to share with you.

Here are my Notforgotten Farm Class Projects

 ~Pinkeep Drum, Slipper & Wool Strawberry~

I love these projects and I can't wait to teach them in August at Lori's Farm.
I'll be sending out the linen and floss soon so the pre-stitching can be done and we'll do all the finishing in class.
There are just a few openings left so please contact Lori if you'd like to attend.  We're going to have a great time on the farm.

And I have my Boxwood & Berries Project finished.

~Velvet Lined Sewing Basket, Scissor Pouch, Pinkeep, Wool Slipper & Velvet Strawberry~

 The Sewing Basket has an early style sampler stitched around the outside and the inside is lined with wonderful velvet.  This is a great place to keep your most favorite notions and projects.

 The little Wool Slipper & Velvet Strawberry are so sweet.  
I think we'll make a few extras in class for ornaments and tokens of friendship.

And if you have a favorite pair of scissors this little Scissor Pouch is the perfect place to keep them.
It's linen on the outside and reproduction cotton fabric on the inside.
There are 2 sessions of Boxwood & Berries this year.  If you'd like to be part of the fun please contact Country Sampler 608-588-2510
Maggie will be there again this year and I've heard she's going to do a Bed!!!
You won't want to miss it.

I also updated my Finished Goodes Page with a few sweet little Pinkeeps.
After Taylor goes to bed at night I get to stitch for hours and hours.  It's my favorite part of the day : )
And while I was cleaning out my old green dry sink I found a few Kits.
Each Kit contains a complete pattern, linen, floss, and fabric, wool and ribbons needed to complete each project.

Happy Stitching My Friends


NMK said...

Ohhh ...your work is just so beautiful !!!! I wish I lived close enough to take a class....I just Love your designs !!!

Ariane20 said...

All what you make are magnificent. I am really admiring of your work.

Susie said...

Your project pictures are lovely.

marly said...

Wow. Everything in this post is so wonderful. As always! For those of us that cannot attend or live no where near your classes, we would like a video/DVD of your finishing techniques!

TheCrankyCrow said...

One of your classes, Dear Stacy, is on my bucket day...Gotta go find me a wishing star....I love everything! Have a wonderful weekend...Smiles & Hugs ~ Robin

A.B. said...

needless to say that all your new project are absolutely stuning.
thank you for sharing all these sweet pictures.

moosecraft said...

I sure would love to attend both of those classes...but I can not travel far this year. I hope you make these available as patterns after the classes are finished... I'm sure I'm not the only one that would love to make these!

Theresa said...

Love the box and berry project.... I wish it was for country sampler's girls club kit.

Kattywhompus Primitives said...

Hello Stacy,
I am sooooo thrilled to see the projects for Boxwood & Berries, as this is the year I FINALLY get to attend! You have no idea how excited I am. :)

*Kountry*Porch*Primitives* said...

These are beautiful, wish I lived close enough to come to the class & meet you girls! ~Kriss~

Lea Jeanne said...

Hello Stacy,

I sent you 2 e-mails but didn't receive an answer, so I try it this way. I would like to buy the "Spring Hare Standing Pinkeep" pattern. I found other patterns from you at Pattern Mart, which is nice way to receive your patterns without paying high shipping costs (I'm living in Europe), but this one was not available. Could you please sent it to me. I'll pay via PayPal. Thanks a lot. Kind regards.

oldecrow said...

Are you going to offer the pattern to the public after the class at Notforgotten Farm? I would love to attend but sadly live too far away.I am hoping you do offer it! I love the drum and slipper!

Jenny said...

I would also love to purchase the Nonforgotten Farm class project pattern one day... Love everything about it - flowers, scissors, rooster, horse - it is just perfect

edie said...

Ms. Stacy, where the heck are you? We need some new Stacy eye candy! Just finished your Hands to Work design, and it came out soooooo pretty -- it's one of my favorites, but it's a gift, so I now need to do one just for me! I used WDW 40 ct Confederate Grey linen -- LOVE IT! Know you're busy, but miss you!