Wednesday, December 23, 2015

Do You See What I See?

"Do You See What I See"
design by Primitive Stitchin by Shelly Auen
You can find Shelly's lovely designs here.
I fell in love with this design when it came out last year. I've thought about it on and off. When I bought these antique deer a few weeks ago, it renewed my interest and I knew that I had to stitch it and display it with my new old deer.
It was a quick and fun stitch.

Each stitch in this piece was accompanied by a prayer - a prayer for Shelly and her family.
Shelly's young son passed away several months ago and I am sure that this is a terribly difficult time for them all.
Please join me in saying a prayer today and every day for Shelly and her family...
"While they were there, the time came for the baby to be born, and she gave birth to her firstborn, a son. She wrapped him in cloths and placed him in a manger, because there was no guest room available for them."
Luke 2:6-7
Blessings, Patti


cucki said...

Aww so sweet
Perfect cute stitching xx

paulette said...

VERY sweet!

Vickie said...

How very special. I am praying. Merry Christmas!

linda said...

Beautiful stitch Patti and a reminder to pray for others

Dirty Martini Queen said...

I love this design especially with your deer. Sending up prayers for Shelly and her family. I can't imagine how hard this Christmas will be for them.

WoolenSails said...

That is a beautiful piece and I love the saying.
I can imagine how hard it is for them right now and my prayers that they can find peace in the coming days.


Carrie ~ Cricketwood Prims said...

Your so sweet to think of your friend while stitching your adorable piece! The antique deer go perfectly!! Lifting up prayers for Shelly!!

annie said...

I love it!
Praying for your friend.

Rugs and Pugs said...

Beautiful finish, Patti.
I will keep Shelly in my prayers. That has to be so difficult.
I hope you and family have the merriest Christmas ever and those sweet furbabies get an extra treat or two from Santa.
Christmas hugs :)

Lana Manis said...

Patti, I had lost touch and didn't know about Shelly's son until recently. Still praying for her and her family.

Merry Christmas to you and your family... and a blessed New Year!