Here's the Quaker Thanksgiving all done but yet to be framed. Great fall colors! It was done on 32 ct. parchment with recommended floss. It's a Bent Creek design.
Since I had to make do with what I had, I found this mitten pattern. I had great silk floss left over from another project. I decided to stitch them side by side on one piece of fabric. I like the fact that they aren't too Christmasy. I can leave them up all winter. I love the way the little designs emerge as you stitch. The design is on 32ct Belfast linen antique ivory. The color is NPI silk Clove Range color 636. I have used this red in many projects. This is a JBW design.
This is my next project. I'm doing this one for my daughter. She raises sheep. Because my daughter is NOT a pink sort of young lady, I'm doing the design on a burlap colored fabric and the sheep will be white-just like her sheep both in fact and fiction. She has a great little blog called Hazel, Basil , Pudding Pie. that's the fictional Hazel . As I do this, I'll put some pictures of the living Hazel on my blog!
Thanks for joining me.