I found two more jars at the Flea Market we stopped at on Sunday.
Saturday we made our way to Stitcher's Corner. It was good to see Janet again, we were a little worried about her, but she is doing well. I picked up ten new patterns to add to my stash, two of which were from Primative Needle. I had been eyeing the Retro Halloween for awhile, I just love the old style designs especially the angry green pepper! They remind me of the decorations we had when I was a kid. And the other was Cape Cod Girls; "Cape Cod girls they have no combs, they comb their hair with codfish bones." Hehehe
Also Picked up: three from La-D-Da - Eve, Psalm 103 (for my hubby),
and Bushel & a Peck;
Twisted Thread - Gingham Girlfriends (I need to order the gingham, gonna to do two simultaneously);
ByGone Stitches - One Nation (love this one!);
Imagination Inc - Ol Harvest Moon, "Ol harvest moon so big and bright, watch over us this Hallow's Eve Night.";
Bittersweet House- The Addison Adam and Eve Sampler (will be making some changes);
and from Plum Street Samplers - Give.
As always can't wait to stitch em. Like I needed any more patterns.
Here is a peak at some of my stash
Saturday night we enjoyed a Haunted History Tour guided by the Red Cloak Lady. It was the perfect evening, mild tempature and a bright moon. When she came slowly up the drive along side the big white church swinging her candle lit lantern, wearing that red cloak over a long black skirt and black boots it really cast the spell for the evening.
So let me wrap this up with a few pics of my progress.
Check out the little owl my GF surprised me with in a little care package on our weekend.
And my October posting would not be complete with out a little black cat. Here is a couple of pictures of our new kitten, Chewy. My daughter brought her home in August, knowing I was looking for a cat/kitten. She is just the cutest thing; a clown, fly catcher, snuggler, shadow and Basset tail swatter.
|Chewy. Ain't She Tute?|
Okay, I think that is enough for now.
Hope you enjoyed my pictures and musings.
Keep on Stitching!