Wednesday, May 4, 2016

RAK #3 and RAK #4 Arrived Safe and Sound

Two more RAKs arrived at their new homes this past week.

RAK#3 went to Oskar of PX and Other Matters blog.


Some fabric with a "Paris" theme, floss, cotton fabric trim and a Twisted Threads pattern by Ruth Sparrow.


A hornbook (designed by me, made by DH) with a sweet pattern from "365 Tiny Cross Stitch Designs" by Kohler Design Studio. The 1 7/8x 1/7/8 inch design was stitched on 16 Ct Aida.

RAK #4 went to Debbie of Debbie's Corner blog.


A pattern from Sue Hillis Designs - stitched on 16 Ct Aida - and framed in a 5x7 inch frame
(Don't you love the intertwined heart charm??)



Fabric and floss accompanied by a sweet chart from Calico Crossroads.

OK - now to my studio to pack up EIGHT - YES!! - EIGHT - more RAKs to wing their way across the globe.

33 comments:

  1. I'm sure Oskar and Debbie are very happy stitchers. Your gifts have been so lovely, and generous! You must be feeling quite pleased, causing so many smiles. Blessings to you!

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  2. I'm so impressed with your RAK progress, Kim! Here I am struggling to get out two birthday gifts (and already late with one!!)... Love your SH finish :)

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  3. Adorable finishes Kim. What an awesome thing you are doing for so many stitchers.

    Linda

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  4. Oh Kim you are a fairy god mother to so many , how thoughtful .
    Such a wonderful gift to all.

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  5. Wonderful gifts! I can't believe how quickly you are putting these together. Such a lovely way to celebrate your birthday. When is the big day? I wrote it down somewhere I know...

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  6. Oh my goodness! Such lovely gifts...you really are so kind!

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  7. Wonderful. I love how you've got a theme running with the stitching and the gifts. Your needle must be on fire the rate you're getting these RAKs out.

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  8. Hola, te acabamos de conocer y nos ha encantado tu blog, asi que por aqui nos quedamos con tu permiso.
    Es una idea estupenda y maravillosa que por tu aniversario regales a tus amigos trabajos hechos por ti. Felicidades.
    Un beso

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  9. You have created some really special gifts here Kim. I recognized the pattern from 365 Tiny Cross Stitch Designs right away! Love the Not Tonight Dear! hahahaha!

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  10. What lovely gifts. That little angel is so sweet.

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  11. My goodness - your lovely little gifts are so generous! I bet the recipients of these must have been totally thrilled.

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  12. Wonderful gifts, dear Kim, yes, you are so very, very generous!

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  13. Gosh!! Wonderful RAKS!! I cannot believe how quick your whizzing your wonderful RAKS out!... Another 8 already?! Your doing so well and well in your way to hitting the big 60! You are so very kind to do this and ever so sweet too.....gosh it's all very exciting!!
    Big happy smiles :) xx

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  14. Hi Kim ,wow you have given lots of joy to people with your RAKs,well done Kim :)

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  15. You are amazing. Thanks for the definition of a HORNBOOK. I haven't heard of this before

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  16. Oh wow! I love the RAK's! You must be so busy stitching and putting packages together.... they are both gorgeous...and so generous :o)
    Hugs xx

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  17. ohhh my your needles are smoking ..lol gorgeous wee gifties you have done :) no wonder you have been quiet ..lol love mouse xxxxx

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  18. Great new RAKs! You are a busy bee, sending some lovely cheers all around the globe :)

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  19. What lovely RAK packages you sent out, Kim! I really like the Sue Hillis design you stitched. Go Kim!

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  20. So much work to prepare all these RAKS and more!Congrats!AriadnefromGreece!

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  21. Really very happy and surprised with your gifts Kims. Everything is great and you are so generous :D :D :D
    Rak #4 is also lovely but i prefer mine lol (sorry Debbie)
    Thank you very much again Kim and send my thanks to DH, the Hornbook is a fantastic job ;)
    Muxus

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  22. Thank you Kim! You are most generous.

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  23. Two lovely RAKs, I do like the stitching cherub!

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  24. I can't believe how much you get accomplished! Good for you, Kim!

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  25. Such lovely finishes, number 4 is rather funny and must relate to so many of us. x

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  26. Wow Kim, you're sending love & spoiling all around the world!

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  27. Kim I so enjoyed seeing your work and being reminded that kindness is an every day project - thank you! blessings, marlene

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  28. Wow! I need to find half of your productivity to finish up some projects here. These are lovely!

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  29. Gorgeous package. Such lovely choice of stitching.

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  30. Wow, these are lovely! I'm sure the recipients loved them :D

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