Monday, September 14, 2009

Another finish!!!


I finished Blackbird Designs Moonlit Garden. It is so pretty. I really want to frame this for October. This was a fairly quick stitch. Once the house and moon were completed, everything else came together pretty quickly. A friend told me that the pattern would sell on eBay for a nice price. I checked out current auctions and was surprised at some of the prices. Of course, since Tucker (my 4 year old nephew) sat on the pattern, I can't advertise it as mint condition.



I am also working on Halloween Line Up. This is a lot of fun. I really like the spiders. I have two more lines (pumpkins and owls) at the top and then the row of trick-or-treaters at the bottom. This should be finished soon.

Well, I don't have any other photos to share, but I am working on a few other projects. I have Nicholas's stocking. The stitching is slow, but I am oh so close to finishing the leaves. I really believe that once I finish the leaves, the rest will move at a much quicker pace.

I also started a Tournicoton pattern. It is a Halloween pattern that is really cute. It is all DMC floss, so I am making great progress with it. I will try to post a picture later this week.

Thanks for stopping by and have a great week.

7 comments:

Lisha said...

Love the moonlit garden. Very Autumnmy.

Kay said...

Moonlight Garden is very beautiful! I love Fall and Halloween pieces they are so cute!

ohiofarmgirl said...

I love both of your pieces..I can't wait to start something with a fall theme...maybe tomorrow. dianntha

Tammy said...

Oh I luv the Halloween line up!! It's looking great. Adding it to my Get List.

Happy Stitching

Deb said...

Moonlit Garden looks fantastic. And I love your other pieces too - they're really nice.

Bridget said...

Sure blame it on my baby! He was just trying to sit down. Maybe you shouldn't leave your priceless things laying around! Just kidding - love your work as always.

Alf N Stitches said...

Hi, I would like to purchase your pattern Moonlit Garden, if you would like to sell it. Thanks, Amy Frazier, amyfrazier@hotmail.com