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16 October 2010

Autumn and Halloween Stitching



I was very busy stitching my exchanges I had to do to make my deadline on October 15. I made it with a couple days to spare plus I added one more exchange. Now on to a couple SALs. But I want to show you what I got and did for my partners.

The picture above the blog post is the Autumn ornament I did for Debbie Jo. The pattern is from Stoney Creek. Debbie Jo was the same partner I had in the Summer exchange, so I decided to use the same type of pattern. I did use Carrie Creations Autumn for the border, but the rest was done with DMC. Here is the ornament I got from Debbie. It is very beautiful and in my basket with my other goodies.


The next exchange was Christmas in September from the KraftersKorners yahoo group. I stitched a snowman from JCS Christmas 2009 magazine. I just got my 2010 issue about a week ago. The pattern is from Val's Stuff and I stitched him on Sassy's Fabbys Snowflake 14 count aida. I added a blue bead hanger and the fabric in the background in the picture, is the same one I used for the back of the ornament. Mary sent me this cute little angel. She is adorable.


This Halloween card was another exchange. I have not heard from the person if she received it yet. But I thought I would show it off. It is design by Ursula Michaels. The pumpkins glow-in-the-dark and looks so awesome in the dark. My brother wants me to make one with a skull with the neon threads.
This Santa ornament was for a Blind Swap Exchange. An ornament of your choice is stitched and finished. All of ornaments are send to the modator, Rene, with a S.A.S.E. and she will swap an ornament from another stitcher. So you wont know what you will get, plus you dont have to worry if your partner goes awol. This Santa is design from Praire Schooler on 28 count evenweave.



This was the Halloween pin I stitched for Katie from KraftersKorner. The pattern was a freebie from CyberStitchers. The designer is Angelic Stitches by Velda. It was orginally an ornament but I stitched it one over one on 25count evenweave. This is the first time I did one over one and it was very easy and fun. It took about 4 hours to make, including making it into the pin.

This roly-poly Santa is Sandy's ornament RR. He was easy to stitch. The backstitch really makes him come to life on the fabric. I sure hope she likes it. I am done with all my exchanges except for the Ornament RR. But the pressure isnt there to stitch to make the deadlines. My next project is Little House Pumpkin Hollow Farm. It is one of the new ones from Little House and I had to do it this year. I will have an update in a few days.

Thank you so much for stopping by and for making it this far.
Enjoy the fall before the snow gets here.

15 comments:

Nancy M said...

Cute exchange pieces.

Kathy said...

You have some really cute stitching there. Love the autumn piece best.

Berly said...

And the one on the very top of the page is the one you stitched for me! Everything looks great!

Emily said...

Every thing looks great, you gave and got great pieces.

Blu said...

Lots of gorgeous stitching!
The fat Santa is so cute.

Sunshine said...

Lot's of great stitching there!!
Congrats on all your finishes.

Debra said...

wow that is a lot of stitching. Wonderful finishes and great exchanges.

Anonymous said...

Everything looks great!!!! Thanks for sharing.
Brtty in AZ (ILCS)

GoldenAngelsWorks said...

THank you for visitng and commenting on my blog. The latest finish used to be a freebie but is now being sold through http://www.kelmscottdesigns.com/

Carolyn NC said...

Wonderful stitching and exchange pieces!

Joy said...

Such adorable pieces!!

Scattered Threads said...

Vicky,
The ornaments are all so beautiful. I would not turn any away if it was sent to me. LOL.
Jackie.

Meari said...

That's some wonderful stitching, both sent and received.

vEr0n!c@ said...

Thank you for stopping by my blog and entering the giveaway. The Follower button is way at the bottom of the page. Don't worry, I'll enter you twice anyway :)

Love the ornaments you've stitched (and received). They're all pretty. Look forward to seeing Pumpkin Hollow Farm in progress.

Sarah Lindfield said...

Oh My Goodness what a hot needle and such an array of finishes congrats Vicky they look great.