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Bump N. D'Knight
There are strange things happening at the D'Knight's Farm. There
are loud noises, moans, and scratching sounds coming from the barn! Where are all the farm animals? Did
you see the ghosts peeping out from the windows of the farmhouse? And who is that looking out the window
of the attic? There is much mischief afoot at the farm tonight-come and see if you can make sense of everything.
But beware-there is still something or someone going bump in the night!
is the newest design in the Down The Lane series! It's spring and the whole town has turned out to cheer for their teams
at the frist game of the seaon. The wooden stands are full and there are children in wagons and on fences trying
to get the best seat. The dog is even in the outfield ready to catch one of the balls on the fly! come get
your peanuts, popcorn and hotdogs! It's time to play ball!
A Churchyard Christmas
It's the children's churchyard nativity and all is not well. Halos are crooked, crowns
are bent and some of the camels have escaped! After all the years of helping with the children's Christmas programs, we decided
to share some of our favorite memories with you in our design! We hope that you will enjoy our new chart. Remember all those
wonderful, hectic days of Christmas when children were blessing us with their enthusiasm and antics! Watch out for those runaway
Simple Gifts-GraceSimple Gifts-Grace is dedicated to Abbey Grace-a wonderful little girl with a joyful exuberance
for life and all its wonders. It is stitched in 3 shades of her favorite color-purplr. Abby has Sanfilippo Syndrome. You can
find more about her at the www.abbygracefoundation.org or you can see her on facebook. We
are donating 20% of the profits for our chart Simple Gifts-Grace to the Abby Grace Foundation.
100% of all donations collected at the Abby Grace Foundation go to the research for a cure.
The lastest in our Quaker series. Featuring the
sentiments of the season, this piece has 3 colors of floss rather than the 2 colors that we normally use.