Sunday, September 16, 2018

Midnight watch

Popped in on this beautiful September day to announce this fall punch needle pattern.

"Midnight watch"

This is a 1, 2 & 3 strand punch
Color coded using DMC
It measures 7 1/2" x 7 1/2"
This one also includes a separate thread count guide.
Please let me know if you like this setup. 

Available as a download (pdf) or a printed snail mail pattern.

Making this short and sweet, heading outside to do a little much needed work in the garden.
Have a wonderful day!


Friday, September 14, 2018

Lots going on

Four New FINISHED punch needles are now available in my Etsy shop.
Please keep in mind these are my models for my patterns so there is just one available for each punch, when there gone there gone.
Also please make sure when ordering that you are on the finished punches not the pattern listing.

Twiggs has Sold, Thank you

Also I have listed 3 new minis patterns.
They are no bigger than 3" and are punched using a 1 strand CTR needle and 1 strand of floss.

And last but not least. The copper hangers I use on the minis are also available.

Wishing you a wonderful day!

Enjoy, Kate

Wednesday, September 5, 2018

Black tie affair

also available in a Mini 4" H x 3 1/2" W

“Black tie affair”

This adorable little snowman is about to attend his first Christmas ball, all decked out in his finery!

He is a punch needle pattern available in my Etsy shop:
Let’s see if I can get the link correct?

It is a 1, 2 & 3 strand punch I used a 1 strand and 3 strand CTR needle, on weavers cloth.
It is color coded using DMC only and is also strand count coded.  (7" H x 5 1/2" W)

I just saw a punch, sorry I don’t know your name, but thank you! She or he added a longer loop around the edge to create a fringe as such, loved it! So I gave it a try on this one! So much fun and a wonderful touch, thank you to the person that posted this method!

Hope you enjoy the first of 2018 Christmas punches more to come!

PS.......This is also available in a mini  4" H x 3 1/2" W !


Wednesday, August 29, 2018

Toil and Trouble

"Toil and Trouble"

Punch Needle Pattern/A little bit of modern!


Double, double toil and trouble;
Fire burn and cauldron bubble.

Song of the Witches
William Shakespeare
from Macbeth

This is a three strand punch needle pattern.
Color coded using DMC floss.
Available just in time for Halloween! 


Monday, August 20, 2018

Witches Brew

Witches brew without coffee stain

Witches Brew with coffee stain

It's another witchy morning. Hope it's as beautiful where you are as it is here! 

Just in time for Halloween this cute witch is cooking up another potion on medium high!

She was punched and color coded using 3 strand, DMC floss, with a CTR 3 strand needle.
It was punched on weavers cloth. 
It measures approximately 6 3/4" high by 5 3/4" wide.

The pattern is available now in my Etsy shop as a printed pattern, on fabric or just the paper.
Or as an instant e-Pattern download.

I'm off to enjoy this gorgeous day, thank you for your interest.

Monday, August 6, 2018

Full Moon

Good Monday Afternoon to you all. 

A new release just in time for your Fall decor.....
"Full Moon"

This is punch needle pattern The model is punched on Weavers cloth, Color coded using DMC only and is a three strand punch. It is available as a download or a Printed paper pattern, also it is available pre printed on fabric just look for the variations on the listing for printed "Full moon".

Just starting the Fall 2018 listing there will be more to come.  Stop by my Etsy shop and favorite my shop so you can keep up with all the newest listings.

You can also find me on facebook or Instagram if you prefer at:

Working on a detail video lesson for you all, I'll let you know when thats up and running1
Wishing you a wonderful week!


Tuesday, July 31, 2018

Amongst the Patch Rug

Yesterday I posted the punch needle version of my new pattern.
 “Amongst the Patch”
Today I’d like to offer the rug hooking/punching pattern available also in my Etsy shop.

This was hooked using yarns and other fibers such as roving, and wool strips.
You can hook yarn instead of using the oxford if you prefer. I hooked this model using primitive hookers linen & a hookers hook. If you are using the oxford punch I do suggest the smallest needle which I believe is the # 13 for the detail work.
I decided to add the black background on this one so I could mount it to hangers for my front door in the fall. You can do the same. Just extend the line from the outer edges. The pattern does not come with this so you can finish the cats head to its form like the below post in the punch needle model. 

If you have any questions don’t hesitate to ask. 
And the world around you,