Wednesday, February 18, 2009

St Paddy's Day Stitching

I was so involved with stitching and watching NASCAR this weekend I totally forgot a update.

"Don't Bug Me" by Barbara Ana Designs
stitched on 32 count Raw Opalescent Linen
with DMC and Carrie's Creations
This was a really fun quick one to stitch. I'm going to finish him as a "knob knocker" to hang in my stitching/computer area. Maybe the bug will scare the froggies away.

"Pot O' Gold" by Holly House Designs
stitched on 32 count Raw Opalescent Linen
with DMC, Dinky Dyes and Treasure Braid
Kelly reminded me this is a short month so I decided I better get started on stitching for my March shelf. The design is suppose to have a Leprechaun button but the company that made them no longer is around so will have to find something else to use or just leave it as is.
I'm now working on the March LK Stamp and should have it done sometime tomorrow.

LK March Stamp
I have a really cute Biscornu pattern next in line to do and then will find one more design for the shelf. Will be nice to have the stitching for the shelf done early and not have to rush to get it finished.
Until Next Time....Happy Stitching


12 comments:

Cindy F. said...

Cute pieces!!

Terri said...

Wonderful pieces Rene. Love the Pot of Gold

Christine H said...

Love the spider!!!!

Nancy said...

Great starts....I really find it hard to believe you don't like getting it all together!

Lou's addictions said...

I love the bug, I hope it works in scaring the frogs away.

Kelly said...

Great stitching weekend my friend! xxx

Donna said...

I love the bug! And the pot of gold is so cute!

Patricia said...

Great stitching Rene
HUGS
Patty

Kathy said...

Love, love, love both finishes. I especially like that fabric you used. Knowing you the March LK is probably finished by now. LOL

Carolyn NC said...

These are so cute! I think the "Don't Bug Me" should be worn as a necklace sometimes!!! LOL Great stitching.

GoldenAngelsWorks said...

These are always too cute. I absolutely love the don't bug me piece.

Debbie Jo said...

You find the most adorable things to stitch! Congrats on the finish.