Yesterday, Queen Elizabeth II passed away at the age of 96, after 70 years of service to her country. Being American, I don’t totally understand a monarchy, but I know she was beloved by so many around the world, and my late British mother-in-law certainly loved her. After a 70 year reign, there aren’t many who recall a world without her as the reigning monarch of the United Kingdom.
This morning, I decided to “toast” to her years of service with tea in my British mug. And while doing so, I sketched out a little Corgi in her honor.
I hope that as you stitch this little Corgi, you have warm & fond memories of the beloved Queen.
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I was saddened by her death. I respected her so
Much. I can’t see where the pattern is? Can someone point me in right direction? Thanks
I was born in 1951 so the Queen has been my monarch almost all my life. At the moment most of us feel that we have lost a close family member. So thank you for thoughts and for giving us an embroidery pattern to enjoy.
This is so lovely. Thank you. :)
Thank you, such a sweet embroydery!
Thanks. As the owner of 2 corgies I luv your tribute pattern
Thank you for this generous gift!
It is so darling, and thank you! As a former Corgi parent, love this! Having a bit of trouble finding it; tried re-subscribing, and checked spam; I’ll keep trying, it’s soo cute!
That’s pretty cool of you! Nice job!
Thank you, Jacqueline! :)
Thank you very much.
Thank you for the sweet Corgi embroidery pattern. It’s a lovely tribute for a great lady. My mother-in-law, Margaret, was born in Yorkshire in the same year as the Queen. She trained as a law clerk after leaving school at 14 (the normal age for career training in England if you didn’t get a place at University). After the WWII, she was part of a British team that researched German scientific patents in Frankfurt, where she met my father-in-law, who was in the US Army AF. Margaret kept a home in Yorkshire where she spent 6 months every year. She was very proud of her heritage and greatly admired both the Queen and the Queen mother. Margaret passed away a few years ago. Your Corgi pattern will remind me of both of these strong women. Thank you.
My Corgi, Penny, and I both thank you! (She thinks she’s a princess.)
I loved the Queen, also love Corgis, they are wonderful little dogs.
I would like to have a copy of the Corgi pattern, Queen Elizabeth’s dog. What great royalty was just lot.
This pattern is darling!
Thank you Jacquelynne for thinking about all of your quilting friends to a Great Queen.
Thank you Jacqelynne for the pattern. Our Corgi Cooper is like royalty to us! This will b so fun to stitch in memory of the Queen! Hope you all saw two of her Corgis today!
LOVE CORGI AND WAY HONORS THE QUEEN
I haven’t received the Corgi embroidery block. Can you resend it please?