Monday, March 15, 2010

Vintage Window Stitch

I did this stitch years ago when my sis-in-law gave me the stitch to do on our long drive from visiting in Utah.
I found this window at my favorite flea market and it originally had an ugly quilt stapled in it...I usually love quilts, but this one was seriously not good.
The Stitch says:
"I have no greater joy than to hear that my children walk in truth"
3 John 1:4
I know that I want to hear my children walking in truth...
The size of the window is about 36"x18", right now it is in our Master Bedroom but I am thinking of relocating it soon.
I have tons to do for the Relief Society Meeting on Thursday, so no crafting today.  I will definitely be taking tons of pictures when we have it all set up for "Zion's Mall" and have more info on what we did for those of you that are interested.
Have a Joyous day!
Linked to:
Cottage Instincts:  Make it for Monday
The Graphics Fairy:  Brag Monday
Twice Remembered: Make your Monday
The Girl Creative:  Just something I whipped up Monday
Keeping it Simple:  Motivate Me Monday
It's So Very Cheri: It's so very Creative 


  1. so darling JEN! love the scripture verse. plus it TOTALLY TOTALLY MATCHES MY ROOM COLORS PERFECTLY!

  2. What a great idea, it looks great!!

  3. I am SO INSPIRED!!! I have some old windows and they haven't let me know what to create with them until now. SO BEAUTIFUL!!!! Thanx for sharing. Kelli Hansen

  4. Hi Jenn, it's Jenn :) I know that has to happen to you too! Stopping by from New Friend Friday love all your crafts, new follower!

  5. It is beautiful! It also helps that my favorite color is red. Regardless, it's just gorgeous! =)

  6. I love what you did with the window. That is so gorgeous.

  7. Hi Jen it's Leslie from nightowl crafting. Thanks for finding me through new friend Friday! I am excited to follow your blog!

  8. I love how you put this in the window frame! So neat!

  9. I love this! I really want to get back into stitching. This is beautiful and inspiring!

  10. that is sooo pretty. Thanks for showing us.