This weekend I had acouple of good excuses to stay inside. The first, 6 inches of new snow when I awoke this morning. Second, I am taking care of my niece and nephews while my sisters are on vacation with their spouses. But even with a couple of extra kiddos running around, nap time was still a success for me! Hattie is modeling my newest display piece for the shop. It's a little big for her right now, but by the time she actually gets to wear it, it will fit perfectly! The pattern is Maya by Modkid Sewing Patterns. and is made out of knit fabric by Michael Miller Fabrics. It was soooo easy and quick to make, I was pleasantly surprised. The knit fabric was fabulous to work with as well, and didn't shrink nearly as much as the warning on the bolt said it would. This is the second of the Modkid patterns I have made, and they are very well written, and WONDERFUL to make!
Husband and wife team Randy and Sandy Workman opened the doors of Pine Needles in August of 1996. It began as a small cross stitch store and is now proud to carry all the wonderful necessities for quilting, cross stitch, primitive embroidery and Russian punch needle. Many of the items we offer are by local artisans whose work appeals to shoppers and tourists alike. Our walls are brimming with the promise of projects to be done.