Monday, October 18, 2010

Goodnight Sun, Goodnight Moon

Goodnight scissors. I finally attached my LHN Needle and Thread piece to the bed. Now, of course, I wasn't going to buy this premade bed, I was going to make my own. I even bought some fat quarters to make it with. But then, in June, I went to Jan's and she had the bed in her ONS room and since I have no will power I had to buy it.

A couple of weeks ago I stitched up the new Homespun Elegance freebie and finished into a door hanger. I love the backing fabric I found.

I finally bought some crushed walnut shells (lizard litter) for stuffing and dug into my "need to finish" box to find something to try it out. Came up with Four Seasons by The Trilogy, that I had stitched several years ago, and finished it as a pin pillow.

This week is going to be finishing week. I have all 7 grandkids' ornaments and a few others to do the finishing on. Wish me luck!
Have a great week and happy stitching!


Kathy said...

Your LHN finish is fabulous! And I love the freebie finish too. All three are great.

Can't wait to see your ornaments.

Stephanie said...

For a minute there I thought that the bed you slept in at Jan's was in her ONS! LOL Since it's finishing week at your house, can I send you my stuff to finish??

Love all your finishes! What's the deal with the lizard litter?

Mary Beth said...

Great finishes all, Kathy! And that backing for the Halloween piece is too perfect. Can't wait to see you soon!

Jan said...

WOW...a new finish I haven't yet seen and it is SO cute!!! Great job. Hope you like using the lizard litter...

You took a really good pic of that LHN bed...:) and I too love that backing fabric for the HE freebie.

Will be thinking about you and your finishing this week, on those ornaments!!

Maggie said...

All your finishes are fantastic!

I'd never heard of Lizard Litter until a few weeks ago, still haven't seen any, you must show us when you find some :-)

Siobhan said...

Wow, good for you, Kathy! Beautiful stuff! I can't wait to see all of your other finishes, especially your ornament parade. :)