Wednesday, June 12, 2013

Pictures finally!!

I finally remembered to take good decent pictures last night.

First off are a couple of soon to be Halloween ornaments. both of these are done on a lovely orange 28ct (something). I don't have the piece of paper that my wonderful LNS puts with the fabric. It is a little stiff for my liking but I couldn't pass up the color.

This was done 1 over 1 using 310.
 
This little cutie was done 2 over 1 using JAR Designs Pea Green.
 
At first I couldn't decide if I wanted to let the orange come through on the eyes and mouth or not. Then my little girl told me that I needed to fill them in. I think she had the right idea. I will go through my fabric this weekend and see what I have that will set these two off.
 
Next up is my progress with March's Daffodil from Cottage Garden Samplings.
 
 
A few more flowers and some of the border and I will be onto April.
 
I didn't get any stitching done last weekend because I went to the Outlaws Muddfest.
I think I was the cleanest one there. lol

 
I had thought to bring my stitching with me but then I remembered...stitching + mud does not equal a happy time. Even though this is not an event I would normally go to, I ended up having a wonderful time.
 
Ta Ta for now,
Angela CG

6 comments:

sharine said...

Great stitching. The mudfest looked like fun:)

Astrids dragon said...

Love the orange, what fun! Your March looks great, I just started mine.

As for the Muddfest, it could have made some interesting colours on your fabric!

Robyn said...
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Robyn said...

As I was saying, the 'alpha cat' is adorable and the mud pics make me happy I saw not there!! Great pictures. Thanks for stopping by my blog and leaving a comment!

meggie said...

Hello

Just found your blog.
Your stitching is lovely.
The Muddfest looks great fun!
Have a good week (:

Ianroniel Baluyut said...

I just bought several stitching materials and haberdashery stuffs to start working on a pattern. How did you make the cat pattern that is made from letters?