Product Development


So I’m working on some Christmas Stitch Kit designs.

Here’s a little behind the scenes pics:

Working off of a recent watercolor.
I cut fabric and glued.
Then I stitched my design. I have some fine tuning to do.

I’m hoping this will make a nice Christmas gift!

Wall of Rain

A grey wall of rain

Thundered across the meadow

Loud on the tin roof.

Art Prescription: Thunderstorms crop up this time of year catching you in a downpour.

Working with fabric: kit listed in my Etsy shop!!


A jacket in June?

Warm layers for rainy walk

Smell gardenias.

Art Prescription: I don’t ever remember needing a jacket in June. It’s usually sweltering hot.

This is a pattern made from acrylic paint, a stencil, and colored pencil. Now I’ve made mini cards to go in my Stitch Kits.

Stitch Kits

Hi Y’all,

I’ll get back to watercolor soon. I’m enjoying brainstorming and creating these slow stitch kits.

It’s meditative to just sit and stitch and there is an abstract quality to my patterns.

Two listed in my Etsy shop!

New Ideas

Time to perculate

Bring the gerbil in to home

Off the running wheel!

Art Prescription: Having extra time to work on some ideas has been nice.

I’m hoping to soon list an embroidery kit in my Etsy shop.

This is ready to embroider.

Slow Stitching


A needle, thread, slow stitching

Embroidery rose.

Art Prescription: Today while it was cool and rainy, I stitched the rose.

I’m putting together a kit idea. A kit would come with everything to stitch this mini piece of art.

It could be framed or made into a pin-cushion or lavender sachet.