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Friday, November 12, 2010

Halloween Follow -up

Many of you expressed interest in this piece that was pictured in my Halloween finishes needing finishing collage. For all you non stitchers that is the stitching was finished, but it had not been made into anything yet. I promised you the information on it whether I finish finished it or not and here it is.

"Hey Diddle, Diddle"
From the Sept/Oct 2003 Issue of Just Cross Stitch Magazine
Designed by Sally Farrington of Out on the Porch
Weeks Dye Works threads. Stitched on 25 count linen over 1.

The crow button is not part of the design, it is covering up an oops that I could not frog (I did tell you it was 25 count over 1 right?)

One thing while looking for this design I discovered that in the Nov/Dec. 2003 Issue of Just Cross Stitch was a similar design (same designer, etc.) but it is of a reindeer jumping over a Christmas tree. Very cute, glad I found it...it just may be our Christmas Ornament for this year.

I think that finishes Halloween for this year, now on to Thanksgiving and Christams!!
Happy Stitching Everyone.
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3 comments:

Denise said...

Too cute - and what a great way to cover an oops!

Smiles - Denise

Christine said...

Adorable! The crow button is an inspired touch, no-one would know he wasn't meant to be there if you hadn't said

Lynn said...

Oops or not, that crow button is adorable and really adds to the piece. Thanks for sharing the info on this one. I'd like to stitch it sometime.