Monday, October 6, 2014


Sometimes the simpler a project, the happier it makes me. Such was the case with these.....all easily finished and ready for the season.

Jumpin' Cat Flash from Spooky Threads by Needl' Love.  Wool appliqué with flannel backing.

Witch Silhouette, a free design from All project materials from stash. The floss was part of a leftover skein of Eggplant from Weeks Dye Works.

Little Punkin' Guy by Maria Barton of Star Rug Company. He was a quick hook in mostly leftovers from Turkey, Turkey.  How can you not smile at this silly guy?

On the serious stitching front, all of the Snowman A-Z blocks are prepped and one is stitched.  Good to get moving on this one.

Will be leaving for hooking Retreat on Thursday and have lots to do in order to get ready. Only wish these seasonal allergies would tuck their tails and run.

Rob went in for his bimonthly MRI today and got a great report. God is good.  You can catch up with them at Christi's recent Caring Bridge post,

Rob and Robert at the UGA Homecoming game on Saturday.

Life, every single day of it.
Miracles, big and small.

Take Care,


  1. Know what you mean about the simple projects. Easy to do and something finished in a short period of time but yet puts a smile on your face to look at them. I like the cat and pumpkin piece. And that witch has a lovely nose.

  2. guapos trabajos para el otoño