Let me introduce you to Sandy, she doesn’t have a blog, so she agreed to let me post her project here for you today. It all started with a witch and a scarecrow and some cool patterns…
Sandy’s projects are in Cross Stitch and Quilting
First this beautiful pattern from Stoney Creek..
Sandy took this Cross Stitch pattern and turned the scarecrow and witch and set it into a wreath.
Sandy says “I made This Halloween Wreath Years Ago. At the Time I did a lot of Counted Cross Stitch. I also made a lot of Wreaths. So I figured this Design Would Look Nice in a Wreath for my Door. I shaped Some Cardboard like a Tombstone Like the cover on the Pattern and taped the Finished Design To it. I then Added Fall leaves and small Pumpkins to a Straw Wreath. I Love the Black Fabric that Contrasts Nicely with the Witch in the Moon!”
I thought this was very clever, it’s a great way to fill in all that open wreath space.
and here is a closeup of the Cross Stitch.
It Seems to Whisper My Favorite Fall Poem by Humbert Wolfe…..”Listen!…The Wind is Rising and The Air is Full of Leaves, We have had our Summer Evenings, now for October Eves!” This pattern is from The Prairie Schooler.
I Used to do a lot of Counted Cross Stich, but my Passion now is Quilting and my Favorite Technique is Paper Piecing. Here Is a Quilt Block I made that is part of a Quilt I Finished. Doesn’t it Look Like an Enchanted Forest Full of Majic and Danger? This is a pattern from www.silverliningsoriginals.com
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