Monday, January 19, 2015

Nineteen!

This is Trick or Treat, designed by Praiseworthy Stitches and found in the 2012 JCS Halloween issue. It also had been kitted up for awhile.
The fabric is more bluer than this picture and its long so I had to buy humongo Q-like bars to handle it. One of these days I'll take a decent picture with this iPad. There's a few specialty stitches on this. That should be interesting.

Back to work tomorrow! Ugh! I can't wait to retire! Take care!

12 comments:

  1. I think you're totally nuts with all these starts... but it'll be fun to watch your progress! ;O)

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  2. That's a chart I have liked for some time. It will be fun watching it grow!

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  3. Nice start and great design Shelly.

    Linda

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  4. Oooh, what a lovely design to be working on :)

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  5. Enjoy your blog popped on here from Pinterest so I had seen one of your Halloween designs the skeleton on shown August 24,2014 would you tell me who the designer is and the name for the bottom part I have the top one. At least I think it is one I have. You done a beautiful job of finishing it. Love the new ones you will be working on.

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    1. I hope I haven't misunderstood you but the entire chart is called Let There Be Night Dead of Night by Funk & Weber Designs. I looked at the post for that date and the skeleton pillow. Are you talking about the right side of the pillow? It's just a fabric with skeletons :)

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    2. Thanks for the info on the pattern and I did realize the fabric on the left was not cross stitch but was mistake on the top part of the cross stitch pattern. Also the pattern can not be order until April . Love how you finished the cross stitch. Thanks again.

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  6. Love your fabric choice and the design is adorable!!! And about the retirement…. I am right there with you!

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  7. Love the little witches on this one ~ can't wait to see them come to life!

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  8. I'm new to your blog--love all your stitching as I scroll through! You have so many lovely things started--you will have a wonderful batch of beautiful stitches!
    Please visit my blog when you have a chance! http://www.asymphonyofstitches.blogspot.com/
    I've been blogging for almost a year and really enjoy it!

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  9. Great start. Do you have all the little buttons for this one?

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