Hi friends! I have had this little LK Flip It April pattern done for weeks actually, I just forgot to show you!🙄
I stitched this one over one on 25ct light rose lugana with DMC. This pattern was given to me by our friend Robin Thank you Robin!😘 As with all patterns given to me by Robin, I am going to give the pattern for this away now. If you would like this pattern all you need to do is: be a sidebar follower of mine and leave a comment on this post telling me you would like this pattern. I will draw a name on Friday, April 19th.
The Wildling Sisters by Eve Chase was one of those books that has two story lines going at one time. I much preferred the historical story in this tale, it was very good.
Four sisters. One summer. A lifetime of secrets. When fifteen-year-old Margot and her three sisters arrive at Applecote Manor in June 1959, they expect a quiet English country summer. Instead, they find their aunt and uncle still reeling from the disappearance of their daughter, Audrey, five years before. As the sisters become divided by new tensions when two handsome neighbors drop by, Margot finds herself drawn into the life Audrey left behind. When the summer takes a deadly turn, the girls must unite behind an unthinkable choice or find themselves torn apart forever. Fifty years later, Jesse is desperate to move her family out of their London home, where signs of her widower husband’s previous wife are around every corner. Gorgeous Applecote Manor, nestled in the English countryside, seems the perfect solution. But Jesse finds herself increasingly isolated in their new sprawling home, at odds with her fifteen-year-old stepdaughter, and haunted by the strange rumors that surround the manor. Rich with the heat and angst of love both young and old, The Wildling Sisters is a gorgeous and breathtaking journey into the bonds that unite a family and the darkest secrets of the human heart.
“God is our refuge and strength, an ever-present help in trouble.” Psalm 46:1
Have a great weekend everyone! I thank you for stopping by. I am so glad you did!
Stitching and praying,