Saturday, April 18, 2015


It's TUSAL time, click on the button on the right to learn more about it. Here is Mr. Jenkins to present my little jar of orts.

I am also so proud that I have another finish to show, it is "Mother and Child" from the Joan Elliott Mystery SAL. I made a few little changes and I think it turned out pretty good.
Only one more square to go.  Off to make some xxs.

Thursday, April 16, 2015

Sorry I keep going MIA and Gifted Gorgeousness

With the weather turning warmer I find myself wanting to be outside more so I've been missing from my blog,but I'm here today. I missed the Gifted Gorgeousness posting yesterday but here it is all stitched.

Snoozin Santa

Snoozin Santa is designed by Holly Gordon from Imaginating, Inc. it is stitched on 25ct Wedgewood Blue Lugana.  I just love this design the little mice are adorable, especially the one in Santa's beard. I'm thinking this is Christmas day after a long night of toy delivery. This chart was given to me by a friend on Facebook so, once I was finished the only thing to do was pass it on, so I hope the next person to get the chart enjoy it as much as I did. Now to find something else gifted to stitch.

Even though I've been missing from here I have been productive with my stitching, I've stitched three designs for a birthday card exchange I'm in but I can't share them right now. I added another symbol to "Namasta" for my daughter and started on the second to last (not pictured).

There are two more and then it's done,

In my last post I showed a design from The Primitive Hare "Wednesday We Stitch Black SAL"  it was titled There is a Little Witch in all of Us. It is now finished, stitched on 30ct Creek Bed Brown linen with DMC black and Classic Colors peapod.
As you can probably tell I love to stitch Witches. I also finished another design in this SAL. It's the "Regency Witch" stitched on 30ct Natural linen with DMC black and Classic Colors black coffee.
On a lighter note I stitched the April Fairy in the Lucie Heaton SAL, these are just so cute and quick to stitch.

These are being stitched on 28 ct Baby Afghan Cloth.
Last but not least is "His Majesty King Phillip Peacock" one of the faces from the Joan Elliott Mystery SAL.

I am currently working on the next to last face, but I'll save that picture for next time.
Well that about does it for this update, I'm going to go make more of those wonderful little xxs and I promise I'll be back soon. Thanks for stopping by.