Saturday, May 22, 2021

Little Liberty Manor - A Patriotic Freebie

Happy Saturday, ya'll. Is your weekend off to a great start?  I hope you are getting to spend time doing something that you love. I have been enjoying a little quiet time at home finishing up a little stitch. Later, I do have some quilting to complete in hopes of finishing a border, but we will see. 

Last night, I completed Little Liberty Manor which I thought I would share with you today.  I stitched this way back in January but never got around to FFOing until now. A week before Memorial Day was the perfect time for me to pull it out and finish it. 


Little Liberty Manor started out with a random border that I was working on. I then began filling in the middle with a little house  and 3 sweet ewes.  I love willow trees, but hubby does not want one in the yard ( a bit superstitious) so I planted one by my liberty house. When I was growing up, we had one by the creek below the farmhouse. It was the biggest willow tree I have ever seen, but because crops were going to be planted dad cut it down. 


This stitch  is a small measuring 63 x 60. I stitched mine on 14 count coffee/ tea dyed aida.  I finished mine on an unfinished Dollar Tree box found in the craft section.

 I painted it a chocolate brown and added a little piece of calico fabric and a a bit of jute twine.

 If you are interested in stitching Little Liberty Manor, please check out the pdfs below .Many of you know , but I always like to leave this little disclaimer.  

I stitch my little designs for fun and to decorate my home. I feel very blessed by this community and love sharing my little charts, but I am not a professional designer. And I do not have professional software. Thank you for understanding that I  have to put each page on separate pdf downloads because of the devices I use. I apologize for that.  And I am always grateful for your kind encouragement , your visits, and stitching my little designs.

Click here for the instruction page. 

Click here for the colored chart.  NOTE: Some of the colors on the colored chart are not showing up well because the ink was low.  I apologize for that. 

Click here for the black and white chart. 

I think Little Liberty Manor pairs up nicely with Betsy Ewe. If you missed that little stitch click here

I will provide links to some of my previous posts with patriotic stitches. 

I am so happy you stopped by for a visit today. It is always a delight and deep honor that you spend a few minutes out of your day with me. Have a very blessed weekend and as always...
Happy stitching, ya'll. 

Nothing is more precious than Independence and Liberty. 

Hugs and Stitches, 


  1. Beautiful stitching and patterns! Thanks for the freebie too. Your blog is new to me, so I have lots to fill my addiction!

    1. Thank you so much, Peggy for visiting me and leaving such a kind compliment. I have only been blogging for almost year and it has been such a fun adventure and have met so many lovely stitchers . I hope you enjoy this little freebie. It was quick little stitch. Have a blessed day.

  2. Another cute cross stitch! Love the way you have added it to the little box, perfect!

  3. I love all your little houses. They just look so beautiful. Your willow tree is perfection. The willow is one of my favourites too. There was one in our garden growing up and I now have one in my garden too 😊😊😊💕


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