Carolyn Mitchell Designs

Welcome to the Client Christmas Page.


View what others have done with my designs to make them their own.


Do you have some designs of mine that you have stitched and would like to share?


Please send them to me and I would be happy to post them on this page.


Christmas is so much Fun!!


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Sharon had purchased NANCY'S NOEL as a kit

years ago.  She came across it and decided to

complete it this fall.  However, she had forgotten

how to do the binding stitch and the cording for

the handles.  I tried to help over long distance,

but to no avail.  So she turned to a friend from

the local guild.  Patty was up to the challenge

and was able to spend time with her one on one

and away Sharon went.  Look at the superb job

Sharon did.  The cording looks perfect!

Sharon and I think Patty is a peach!!  That is

what guild members do for each other!


If you would like  to do this delightful little bag I

am releasing NANCY'S NOEL. It will  be listed

in the Canvaswork Designs under the

Christmas heading.


These three wonderful pictures are

GLIMMERING TRIO stitched by Jana when she

took the Cyberpointers Class with me in March

2018.

For the first ornament she used my suggested

colours.  For the other two ornaments she did

her own colours and made different tassels

including the wonderful beaded tassel.

She also lightly stuffed her ornaments helping
 
them to keeptheir shape.


I love it when people add to my designs as it

makes my designs adaptable to your decor.
I have been so fortunate to have met so many

stitchers along the highway of life. When I

had my shop in Winnipeg I hosted a stitch-in

on Thursday afternoons.  Pat was one of the

frequent attendees and decided to join one of

my Clubs which was a year long

commitment.  This year it was 12 little Let's

Go Shopping Bags and they were worked in

red and gold or in blue and silver.  (See the

banner at the top of this page)


Pat was a fun person and had a great Irish

sense of humour.  She worked hard and

completed each one.   She really enjoy

stitching but she would get to the finishing

someday.  She had six childern and

everything she stitched was for one of them.

.
Pat was in her late eighties when she passed.

Her eldest daughter was taking care of

things and she discovered many unfinished

items. She is a stitcher too, and began to the

finish the projects, giving them to her siblings

as her mother would have wanted her too.


This year her one sister will be receiving this

beautiful collection, to cherish for many years

to come!  This is LOVE