Sunday, July 1, 2012

About this Blog

The purpose of this blog is for those that have been touched by someone who has or has had breast cancer, to stitch pink items in remembrance of that person(s). If you would like to participate in this Stitching Pink challenge, please email Jill at Please include your blog URL in the email if you wish to have it added to the sidebar.

Please feel free to share your story with us.
When posting, please include the following:
*Your Name
*Your State/Province
*The person you are dedicating your stitched piece to
*Design information
*Any other information you would like to include

Thank you in advance for your support of this blog!


Wednesday, October 26, 2011

Hardanger Ribbon

Hardanger Pink Ribbon
Mamen Arias
Fibers Used: DMC #818 Pearle Cotton #8 & #12/
Glissen Gloss #302
28ct. Pink Linen
Date Started: October 24, 2011
Date Finished: October 25, 2011
Freebie found here

I love this! Thank you Mamen!


Saturday, July 9, 2011


Thought I'd pop in to introduce myself.  I'm Annalee and blog as Moonlander at Moonlander's Musings.  My husband and I live near Springfield, Illinois (USA) with our mutt, Hamlet.

Hamlet, part beagle, all trouble

Around my house, dog hair is simply another "specialty thread".  Hamlet is a handful.  He's only 14 months old and a little too rambunctious for me.  I have to walk with two canes so I can't chase him and his favorite game is "keep away"!  Hubby and I are both retired, he cooks and fishes, I stitch -- and eat, of course. Between our two children we have six grandchildren aged 4 to 15, all boys, so I don't do much girly stitching, darn it.

My stitch pink project is "Courage Bellpull" a freebie design from Donna Bayliss at By the Bay Needleart.

Image from Donna's Blog

This is Donna's picture I don't know yet what fabric I'll use or even if I'll finish it as a bell pull.  This is one of my favorite free BCA designs and I would have stitched it sooner but, thankfully, have only recently found a need for it.  I think this design was from a couple of years ago but the design is probably still available on the blog.

This project is being stitched in memory of Judy, daughter of my dear friend Carine, who lost her battle last year at only 30 years of age.  Our town happens to be remodeling our 100 year old library and we had a wonderful fund drive that netted enough to dedicate a Children's Reading room to Judy who was a kindergarten teacher, she would be so proud!

I am looking forward to meeting more In the Pink stitchers so chime in soon.

Happy Stitching
Moonlander's Musings

Tuesday, July 5, 2011


Lizzie Kate
36ct. white linen
DMC #600, 603, 898 and 4180
Stitched by Jill

I have been "stitching pink" since 2008. The blog that I was posting to was deleted without any notice. If you'd like to see my "pink basket" and all the things I have stitched, please visit my blog here.