I decided to work on some different kind of projects in the hopes of making a sale (it's been a while).
|Town of Greenwich design traced out on tea towel|
This particular pattern I created myself for a quilt project by a professional organization I belong to, Association of Public Historians of New York State (APHNYS). I blogged about it before in my Greenwich History blog. Check out that post here. I just "googled it" & found an image of the quilt with my 2 blocks included!
|Embroidering Susan B. Anthony in Redwork|
The image of Chester Alan Arthur (21st president) came from the book Presidential Redwork: A Stitch in Time by Michael Buckingham. Arthur lived in Greenwich while his father William was pastor of the local Baptist church.
|Finished tea towel in Redwork|
Below is the finished tea towel. I think I will do this pattern again in green & place it in a hoop for wall art.
If you are out-&-about in Upstate NY next weekend (6/14 & 6/15) my mom (Just-A-Duck) & I will be there on Saturday, 6/15 from 9:00-6:00 p.m. For more on Whipple City Days click here.