Here we are again! The weeks do go by fast, but here is my Friday freebie of a folk art style angel. I think by now we are begining to really see how my Christmas sampler will look. Thanks again for all of your lovely pictures of how you are getting along.
I can't say that I have been very hard at work this past week.......some how, a little bundle of fur has taken up quite a bit of our time. Tilly is now 9 weeks old and a bundle of energy; not phased by anything it seems. The vet said it's because she has been bred from good 'working stock' ......perhaps he is right. The problem will be whether I have the skills to train her..... time will tell.
Finally, at 8 weeks, Tilly has joined us at home. Sandie, our 13 year old Cairn, seems quite happy, and for two nights now, both have slept together in Sandie's bed. Our next purchase....a larger bed!! ......must get a picture, this morning's attempt was blurred....too dark to really judge what I was doing.
Are you all ready for the Christmas house motif for our SAL? Remember it will be out for you to download this Friday 15th October.......it should be a...
Halloween, what else for October! With the black cat, spiders and bats, this cute ted is bound to cast some spells.
Well, only two more to go......quite sad really, but I think we have all enjoyed the stitching so far. If you haven't already, then why not join us for our SAL as there is still time to catch up. The charts will remain available until the begining of March2018 both on my Blog and the SAL site run by Katherine...
The latest SAL teddy for October will be added on Friday - just in time for Halloween. I have been SO pleased to see all the updates and reading all of your comments. Here is a glimpse of the October Ted......hope you like him. Catch up on Friday!
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I know I will be stitching this lovely bear twice!! Once with this design and another without the spiders and with a white cat instead for a friend who has a...
Here is your fourth motif, a delightful Christmas rose to stitch as part of our Christmas sampler or for cards / ornaments for the festive season. I hope you will enjoy stitching this attractive flower and thanks for all of the lovely comments and pictures that I have received.......keep them coming.
Stitch the design on 14 count Aida or 28 count evenweave.
Just in case you don't follow my Face Book page, I am showing this stitched design of my seahorse by Brenda Allan here this week. This chart can be found in World of Cross stitching 259 or it will become available, if you can't get hold of a copy, from my Shop page around February 2018.
What I like is that Brenda has 'done her own thing!' without compromising my design.
She stitched it on 14 count white Aida and to keep...