From the counted cross
Journeys With Jimanie Series
The Gatekeeper's Window
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This delightful cottage window was found in Barton-on-the-Heath
in England. A villager in another town had suggested to us
that we might find scenes worthy of our attention in Barton.
The gatekeeper’s cottage was behind the wrought iron
gates of the Barton estate, which is found on the village
green. While we were
taking photos of the homes surrounding the
green, I had a delightful chat with a resident of the house
across from the entrance to Barton House. She had a “stand”
on the green
with an assortment of items and all proceeds
were going to the church. Her scrumptious coffee cake served
us well with our afternoon tea for the rest of the week!
Stitch Count 150W X 219H
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Mabry Mill - Situated on the Blue Ridge Parkway,
Mabry Mill is the most photographed site on the entire parkway.
This is in Spring with the rhododendrons in full bloom
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One of the delightful cottages we photographed in Adare, Ireland
in 2009. It was late September and the Hydrangeas were in
full bloom. With the beautiful Irish lace curtains, the Virginia
Creeper above the window and door and the bountifull hydrangeas,
I knew I had to capture this in counted cross stitch. Cross Stitch chart pack