Friday, October 30, 2009

Once again....

I haven't blogged forever, but I have been doing some stitching. Peppermint Twist is finally nearing completion. I'm ashamed to say I've been working on this since January, I think.




I couldn't wait to start my good friend Jan's, Tree of Life Samplings, Quaker Silence. I'm stitching it on 40 ct Meadow Rue with Belle Soie Mer Blue and a little Icing. I'm loving the way it is looking.



I wanted to share with you part of the Halloween exchange I sent to Sharon. I stitched JBW's Pumpkin for her and finished it as a pinkeep.


I made her a pin cushion using Moda fabric by Blackbird Designs, shamelessly copying one that Tanya made for us a couple of years ago at the OOE retreat. I loved the fabric and after a long search found it at Hancock's of Pacuccah.


Thanks for reading and commenting!

Happy Halloween!








7 comments:

Daffycat said...

Happy Halloween, Kathy!

Wonderful stitching! You should be able to finish PT before Christmas. It looks fantastic!

Dawn said...

Love that Peppermint Twist. You should finish it before Christmas. The Meadow Rue is beautiful ~ Dawn ~

Tanya said...

Happy Halloween! Lovely stitching, you are almost finished with PT. I really like your version of Jan's design and can't wait to see your progress.

Anonymous said...

Wow, Kathy!

Love your version of Jan's Quaker Silence especially with the icing bits! Peppermint Twist is looking grand! Looking forward to seeing a finish shortly!

Love the pin cushion! What is that Moda fabric called?

Robin

Stephanie said...

Peppermint Twist is so pretty and you're soooo close to a finish! Way to go!! I'm loving the Mer Blue and Icing on Jan's Quaker Silence. Absolutely gorgeous!! Can't wait to see more of this project!

Siobhan said...

Your Peppermint Twist is beautiful, Kathy! I need to get mine back out and work on it. Your Halloween stitching for Sharon is fabulous, too! I know she loved it. :)

Brigitte said...

It seems that Peppermint Twist will be done right for Christmas this year. Isn't that perfect timing?