Caroline Ingalls, born Caroline Lake Quiner
(December 12, 1839 – April 20, 1924)
was the mother of Laura Ingalls Wilder,
I imagined that she could have stitched
this little sampler when she was 10 years old ...
Completed Pillow SOLD, THANKS
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HAPPY BIRTHDAY TO LAURA INGALLS
born on 7th February 1867
Once again, I got inspiration from Laura Ingalls:
Ida Belle Wright was one of her best friend so I imagined
that Ida did this sweet token of affection for her dearest friend ...
This E-Pattern is available
Completed pouch is sold, thanks
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are taken up with my needle
Ellen Birdseye Wheaton came from a prominent Syracuse family.
She married at the age of 18 and had 12 children.
The diary she kept until her death in 1858, at age 42,
illuminates her own life and
opens a window onto the lives of women in 19th century Syracuse.
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she was smaller than Laura."
Laura Ingalls Wilder "On the banks of Plum Creek"
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By Laura Ingalls
I am reading it at the moment ...
The story is set in South Dakota
during the severe winter of 1880–1881, when Laura turned fourteen.
It is the sixth book in the Little House series.
A new pattern available
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sixty years ago, a little girl lived in the Big Woods of Wisconsin,
in a little house made of logs... The little girl was named Laura ..."
Little House in the Big Woods
Laura Ingalls Wilder.
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Do you think it is pretty ?
(That's what Ma asked Laura and Mary when they saw a Christmas tree for the first time...)
Happy birthday to Caroline Ingalls who was born on December 12th ...
The completed pillow is sold, thanks.
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The process is a bit long but quite simple
First I stain them with walnut ink, dry them with a hair dryer then
iron them and finally stamp them with my favorite wooden stamps !!!
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Christmas is approaching ... in less than a month ...
I love so much stitching for Christmas ...
and you ??? Do you enjoy Christmastime ???
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(The completed pillow is sold, thanks)
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