Monday, October 09, 2017

*NEW* Someday at Christmas

The song, “Someday at Christmas” was written by Ron Miller and Bryan Wells for a young Stevie Wonder’s Christmas album in 1967 and has since been recorded many times. Released during the Vietnam War, it was one of the first Christmas songs to contain a strong social message, standing for peace, equality and compassion. 

Someday at Christmas men won't be boys
Playing with bombs like kids play with toys
One warm December our hearts will see
A world where men are free

Someday at Christmas there'll be no wars
When we have learned what Christmas is for
When we have found what life's really worth
There'll be peace on earth


Someday at Christmas man will not fail
Hate will be gone love will prevail
Someday a new world that we can start
With hope in every heart

Maybe not in time for you and me
But someday at Christmastime
Someday at Christmastime

Stitch Count: 175 x 143

Model stitched mostly with one thread over two
(the words are stitched over one)
on R&R Reproductions’ 35 count Classic Homespun

Classic Colorworks: Fallen Leaves, Tennessee Red Clay
The Gentle Art: Ohio Lemon Pie, Caramel Corn, Endive, Pecan Pie
Weeks Dye Works: Dirt Road, Grasshopper, Red Rocks

Conversion to DMC included with the chart.

The lovely frame is an antique.

This design is now available in my etsy shop, and will soon be in the hands of my distributors and the shops on my auto ship list. If you prefer to bypass etsy and order directly through me, you can send me an email:


3millplainrd said...

This is so lovely and the border is gorgeous

Penny said...

Just beautiful!

Karen said...

Are the lyrics not copywrited? Just curious.