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I have collected incredible amounts of cross stitch magazines in my over 30+ years of cross stitching. I enjoy knitting, crocheting and cross stitch. In May 2011 I decided to make my dream of sharing my love of needlecrafts a reality and started the online shop, The Stitcher's Market along with hubby. My biggest hope is to pass on my love of stitching to my children. Let's face it, some one has to inherit all my stash. I am shy, but I truly appreciate everyone's comments and friendship. I am glad to help anyone who needs any stitching information. I love to have giveaways and share other bloggers giveaways, so please stop by often. Enjoy your stay!

Wednesday, February 4, 2009

A conscientious visitor dropped in .....

As many of you who follow my blog know, I am a contributing member of the blog: Me Myself and I RRs 2. My love of Disney has prompted me to create a Disney Neighborhood filled with marvellous and magical treats for all to see.


Since we have had lots of snow and wintery weather I was wonderfully surprised to see this handsome fellow in his Sunday best, ready to brave our cold snowy mess.

This fantastically beautiful and elegant construction will magically continue appearing throughout this year here.

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One stitch at a time.........

5 comments:

Miss 376 said...

You've made brilliant progress on this, hope your little visitor is going to bring some sun

Ranae said...

Oh! Wow! this will be neat. I am going to put you in my GR, so I can folllow the construction.

Lucy said...

Sensacional! Ya se adivina que será una belleza este RR Disney lleno de encanto y de magia...
Besos, Lucy

Vickie said...

This is so cool!! I love your castle design. Your visitor looks wonderful!!

Erin said...

Just popping over from the RR blog....this is such a neat neighborhood! Mine is a "Fairy Tale Towne," and now I find myself wishing I'd used a bigger castle for the centerpiece. Guess I'll just have to keep stitching and see how it comes out as is.