Sunday, March 25, 2018

Bringing the pink to life...

It's been a while so I thought I would post an update. I took an extended break after the holidays, but I have started some new designs and hope to have some great things to post in the future.

Remember the pink haired gal I created before Mr. Freeman? I am finally bringing her to life. I don't know if any of you knotted her to fruition... but I can't wait to see her and share her with you when she is done. Here is my progress so far -

Sunday, September 10, 2017

Morgan Freeman Tapestry - Free Chart

Mr. Freeman was the first man I ever hand knotted. It was a request by Christopher, but we both truly love the work of Mr. Freeman... so it was an easy request to fill.

I am offering the chart I created to make it - free to other fans that may want to use it. The chart can be used to make a tapestry, a blanket... whatever craft you are doing that involves a charted design. Enjoy

If you are a fan of Morgan Freeman, a couple a movies (off the beaten path) that you may not have seen, are 10 Items or Less (2006) - IMDb and 5 Flights Up (2014) - IMDb - I just love them both.

If you are looking for more things that are free - check out my other website - Creative Public - it is a compendium of resources to all kinds of things in the public domain.

Saturday, July 15, 2017

Pretty In Pink! - Free Chart!

I am proud to offer this chart free for your crafting pleasure. She'd make a lovely cross stitch piece, or a mini tapestry via hand-knotting as I've begun to do.  Feel free to shake it up - change the color scheme etc.  Enjoy and please share your finished pieces if you want. I'd love to see what you can do!

A free charted design created by Jennifer at

15 Floral Watercolor Designs in the Public Domain

This is such a fun collection. 

Publication date 1890 - 15 sheets, size varies. Some stamped New York School of Applied Design. A number signed A.H. Smith, on front or back, 1906 & 1907, done in watercolor. One floral rug design, marked circa 1890 - Forms part of the Mary Ann Beinecke Decorative Art Collection (Internet Archive)

Monday, June 26, 2017

Great Books at The Met: Beaded Handbags

I was just checking out the rare books section at The Metropolitan Museum of Art Libraries and found this gem of a book. Check it out. It is free to read online or you can even download your own personal copy. Beautiful!

[Beaded work] :: Rare Books in The Metropolitan Museum of Art Libraries

Rare Books in The Metropolitan Museum of Art Libraries

Saturday, March 4, 2017

More beautiful girls - one original design

I finished this beauty from a pattern I found at here

This crying girl kiss pattern was also found at - here

This red headed beauty was a pattern created by me from artwork found on the net. I make no claims to the ownership of this design. I only converted the image so that I could knot her up.

Below is the chart I created. Please feel free to use it. I would love to see your finished work... especially if you change up the colors etc. Enjoy