A Finish: Giving Thanks:
This a really cute. Quick stitch and will make a cute little pillow. I am reminded about 32 count and how small it really is! For some reason it has really given me fits. I think I need to enlarge the chart as I keep making mistakes!
Christmas themes for November stitching.
I learned from doing the small projects that they are not comfortable to stitch on the little pieces of fabric that they require. So..........I put border fabric (just a piece of cotton) on all the fabrics for these projects so I can use a larger qsnap. I have a 6 inch one, but it is too small for me hold comfortably and too small to go on a stitching stand.
Two of the Prairie School Santa's from 2011 and 2015.
I am going to do them on a 28 count opal lugana called Winter Soltice from Hand Dyed Fabrics by Stephanie. I am a little concerned about some of the colors on this fabric, but will deal with it as i go.
Snoozin Santa by Holly Gordon
This kit was ridiculously cheap from somehwere. It comes with 14 court aida, but I am switching it out to an opal aida because the white on the beard and santa suit are not stitched but just outlined. I may put this project off for next year because I have a couple of other Christmas themed things I want to stitch.
Dear Rudolph by Lizzie Kate Finished!
This is a kit that comes with everything but the stuffing to make a little pillow. It will challenge my sewing skills no doubt!
Since I finished the October projects quickly, I got a head start on this little project and was able to finish it in just a few hours.
Three Blox by Lizzie Kate
I think I am going to make these into three separate blocks but who knows. It comes with the fabric. Again, a challenge to my finishing skills!
I may be a little too ambitious with all these Christmas projects and may burn out on them, but we will see.