the little prince

the little prince

Monday, October 1, 2012

Wipocalypse!!!




Gosh...these months are just flying by! I don't know if I really like that or not!

Anyway, I have actually done some stitching this month, some things I can show and some I can't. There were two exchange pieces...one for a scissor fob exchange with Every Stitch Counts, and the other for an Autumn exchange for Stitched with Love Exchanges. I really was pleased with how they both turned out, and I hope the recipients will like them too!

This month there was also some round robin stitching. This is my bit or Carein's piece (another project with Every Stitch Counts) She chose Prairie Schooler's A Prairie Year design, and I chose to stitch the October square, because I love pumpkins and fall colors!


The other two little stitches were both for block exchanges with Stitchers' Timeout. The first block had a reindeer theme, and I found this cute design from The Floss Box.


The second theme was Santa, and I stitched this design from Twisted Oaks Designs which was in the JCS 2007 Christmas Ornament Issue. I stitched this once before and made it into an ornament and I've always liked the design.


So there you have it, lots of small things, but I feel like I'm getting more stitching time in, and that makes me happy!

Thanks so much for taking the time to visit! I appreciate it so much!

15 comments:

  1. Great smalls! Enjoy your week!

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  2. Three wonderful finishes Lynda! Love the Santa with the pearls on his hat.

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  3. am loving the pumpkin and the reindeer - so cute

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  4. Lynda, I so agree with you - time is flying far too fast.
    What you stitched these past weeks looks gorgeous. I particularly love the flying reindeer - it just is flying with the time, lol.

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  5. Love your finishes--they're very cute! Please contact me with your snail mail address. You were the runner-up in my giveaway, and you've won a prize!

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  6. Darling finishes, Lynda! Really love the pumpkins, of course :)

    Thanks for your kind comment on my blog this morning. You asked where in NY I was heading to and I tried to email you via the email listed in your profile, but it was returned to me as undeliverable... You may want to check it... Anyway, my parents live in the Rochester, NY area--about five hours from me.

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  7. Great stitching! I adore that little reindeer stitch!

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  8. Such lovely stitching. Especially the personalization on the pumpkin.
    love Annette

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