Saturday, October 31, 2009
Hocus Pocus by Lizzie Kate finished into a pin keep with beads. I can't remember the name of the linen and I used the recommended Week's threads for it. I want to start a pin keep basket of Halloween designs and this would be the first one. I think I may start Eek fob next. I saw that one finished on someone else's blog and thought it was too cute. I also got my fabric for Tombstone Spot's-that may be another new start too.
My sweet little Halloween grungy dolly arrived yesterday, signed and dated
I purchased her thru Trudy at http://lemonpoppyseeds.com/shoppes/psannabellesattic
Please be safe this spooky hallowen night!
Friday, October 30, 2009
Sunday, October 25, 2009
I also had a play with the Boo Needle Book from Just Nan and came up with this.
To see both sides of Horrid Halloween Biscornu and my progress to date on Open House pop over to my main blog here
Saturday, October 24, 2009
Also, i finally "finished" my fair & square halloween round from 2008 into a pinkeep. I rec'd these squares from Marie P. on the Fair & Square blog
Sunday, October 18, 2009
Friday, October 16, 2009
Thursday, October 15, 2009
I am currently working on this cross stitch kit from Mill Hill Buttons and Beads collection. Its not really a Halloween design, but I hope to finish it before Halloween... I havnt started adding the beads yet, I am a bit further on from the photo shown and will show more soon.
Wishing you all a happy Autumn and Stitching...
Saturday, October 10, 2009
I finished Moon Witch by The Primitive Needle today. She is too cute IMHO! I changed her face to WDW Butter bean instead of Belle Soie Shepherd's Pasture and I used WDW Curry instead of Belle Soie Mango for the moon and stars, I also used WDW Mocha for her nose and mouth. Stitch count is 46w x 81h. I stitched her on 30 count Carol's Butter Crunch linen. I am thinking of having her framed.
I am looking forward to getting to
know you all!
Friday, October 9, 2009
There was plenty of stitching time today. I was home all day waiting for the internet guy to come replace our modem.
The upside to the wait is, I finished another Halloween towel. The pattern is from the Lizzie-Kate Flip-Its line, but with modifications to make it fit the towel.
Now I'm all ready for a spook-tacular time in the kitchen.