It's lovely Staci :)
Very nice finish, Staci.As for the poem, important words to always remember.What did you stitch on the other side?Dora
What a lovely tribute. I had almost forgotten that tomorrow was September 11.
Thanks for the link to the freebie and for the very touching poem you posted. That day is always close to my heart because I grew up only a few miles from that area. My parents still live there and I know my hometown has never been the same since September 11, 2001.
A beautiful remembrance for a tragic day.
Staci,Thanks for the great remembrance. I can remember exactly where I was that day and the whole day events. It seems like it was just yesterday.'I love the new look on your blog. Very Festive! Where do you get those star eyelets? We have looked high and low up here and cannot find any. Very nice floss tag.Jill
very nice finish & what a wonderful reminder to us all!Thanks for sharing your finish & the link, so that more of us can stitch it!
Beautiful! Thank you for this post Staci. Every American should always remember this date and forever hold the memory of what happened that day. I love that you stitched a remembrance!
This date is very important to always remember. I, too, remember where I was when I got the news. Not only was it tragic on so many levels, it was my nephew's birthday. We will always remember. No one will know the pain this tragedy has caused for so many people. It is important that we always appreciate the support and courage of all who were touched by this event. Thank you for the poignant reminder.
Well said, Staci. Very well said.
Hi Staci, thank you for your kind comments regarding my sampler.I agree with all the other girls. Well said. = Sandra.
Hi Staci,What a lovely finish this is!And star eyelets is perfect for this design.Even though I'm a Japanese, I remember exactly what I was doing on that day, and remember what I was shocked to see the news on TV...
A lovely finish Staci. I stitched this myself a while back.I too remember where I was on that tragic day...I too would like to know where you got the star eyelet. I really like that alot.
I love your flag finish. It's still hard to believe something like this happened, isn't it?
love your floss tag! and for remembering ;)
Lovely finish!! I love the star eyelet :)
I join you in this remembrance.It´s impossible to forget the images that were on TV that day.I like the new look of your blog, and as always, I love your floss tag!.
Great job Staci!!
Staci, thx for stopping by my blog! I love your floss tag and appreciate the Drawn Thread link. I had been wondering where that design came from! I'll be stitching it up soon. Hope to chat more with you sometime. I'm adding you to my blog roll. :)
HiTears still come to my eyes when I see the terrible images in the portuguese television each year in this date. On the other side of world it seemed to us impossible something like that could happen.Best regardsPaula Nunes Lima
Great tag finish! Love the star brad :)
It's a date no-one will ever forget no matter where they live.Your floss tag turned out great. I had just admired the one on Carols blog.Margaret
Well said.Your floss tag is lovely!
Love your finish.Your blog is so pretty, I love the Halloween bits you have on the side and the decor with the sock yarn.Hope you have a productive stitching weekend!Petra
Hi Staci,That's a lovely little design,and it is perfect for a flosstag. The star shaped gromit is a nice finish to the wholepiece.The Prairie Schooler square that you stitched for Carolturned out beautifully!! AndI love that finishing style.The yellow based fabric withthe red trims is so pretty and the little lacy bow isneat. Carol must be just tickled to receive this.I'm starting my Fall decoratingtomorrow since it's going to bea rainy day anyways. I've gotsome new stuff from Avon toput out, and I'm looking forwardto seeing the house dressed forFall. And besides, the dustbunnies and the tumblefurs(instead of weeds) are gettinga bit overwhelming. Cheers!!
Another lovely floss ring tag!
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