Saturday, October 3, 2020

Ophelia Manor of Punkin Holler Lane- Companion piece to Willowisp Manor of Holler Lane- A Fall Freebie

 Happy Saturday!  Can you believe I am posting twice in one day?  This is just a short post  though.  I want to thank everyone for the nice response to my Willowisp Manor of Holler Lane



 As you know,  I stitched two versions of this little design one was more spooky version which had the jack o lanterns, bats,  a cat and a ghost .  Click here to go back to the Willowisp Manor of Holler Lane  pdfs. 

The other was more fall with just pumpkins and a little cauldron. Since I was stitching these for my decor, I just played around and reversed the design.  Since many  of you liked the reverse image with the plain ole' pumpkins, I decided to post that chart . I also decided to name it something different since it is not as spooky ; therefore I am calling it  Ophelia Manor on Punkin Holler Lane. I named it after my great great grandmother who was  tiny and frail and lived in the holler not far from where I live today.  

I hope you might consider stitching both of these.  Now just as a reminder, you know I am not tech savvy so I have to put each page on a separate  pdf to download. I am sorry about that, but hopefully one day I will get there. Lol.

For the instructions pdf, click here



For the color chart pdf, click  here  .



For the black and white chart pdf,  click here




For the color pdf alphabet chart, click here  ..   I used this  alphabet in the Crow Creek Saltbox, or you can style your own initials .


For the symbol alphabet chart, click here .


To go back to the Willowisp Manor of Holler Lane, click on the name, and you will be able to get the spooky version. 

Hope you have a lovely weekend filled with lots of stitching.  And as always...

Happy stitching, 

Melisa

10 comments:

  1. Melisa, you are so talented and even more generous in sharing your designs. As others have said, we would pay for these patterns. They are so cute. I pray you are blessed for all your kindness. Patty McDonald

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    1. Thank you so much , Patty for so much encouragement. I still feel like a newbie at all of this and am learning so much. You and other kind stitchers sure have given me a lot of food for thought in case I decide I want to have a business someday. I so appreciate your support more than I can put into words. Hugs, Melisa

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  2. I love it so much!!! Thank you very much 😍❤

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    1. You are so very welcome, Jolanda and thank you so much for visiting and leaving such a kind comment. I truly hope you enjoy this little design. Happy stitching, Melisa

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  3. This is such a pretty fall piece, Melisa! Thank you for sharing and for your kindness to all in the stitching community.

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    1. You are so welcome, Robin. This sure is an amazing community that has brought me so much joy and has enriched my life. Have a lovely fall day. Hugs, Melisa

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  4. I just found you and so glad that I did! Thanks so much for this sweet piece!

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  5. I love the houses - planning to stitch them all - hope you will design more - how about a 4th of July patriotic cottage?

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  6. I just found you! Wow! You are so talented and generous. Thank you so much.

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