Wednesday, November 7, 2012

November 4-6, per Random Number Generator!

I'm using the Random Number Generator to choose something new to stitch everyday from my WIPocalypse page!

November 4 - #52 Day of the Dead.  I'm making this flowery skull from the Twisted Stitches book.  My daughter asked me to stitch it for her.  I stitched the vines and flower on the cheek.  This is on 18 ct white Aida.
Day of the Dead update #2
November 5 - #36 Quoth the Raven.  This is a free design from Lady Kell of Kincavel.  It will say "Never More."  This will be a gift for my nephew, who is an Edgar Allan Poe fan (who isn't?).  I finished stitching the black raven.  This is on 14 ct red Aida.
Quoth the Raven update #2
November 6 - #27 The 12 Days of Christmas.  I haven't touched this Prairie Schooler design since I started it for Day #30 of the Ultimate Crazy January Challenge.  I am using Victoria Motto Sampler Shoppe hand-dyed floss for the dark red.  I finished the vines and the words and started the hen.  Linda has also started this design, and she gave me the 18 ct light tan Aida for this.  Thank you, Linda!
The 12 Days of Christmas update #1
I bought all my Q-Snap covers from Christine's Q-Snap Huggies.


Linda said...

Wow Debbie. I'm impressed. You are getting so much done on each piece. Your putting me to shame, but I'm tryin.


McKenna C. said...

They all look great! I can't wait to see each one progress! :)

sharine said...

They are all awesome!

tadamama said...

Awesome! I love how you're letting the random number generator pick your project!

Anonymous said...

Nevermore looks so stunning on the red fabric! I'm slowly stitching it on white myself (in between a million other projects and lift in general - it may never get finished at this rate - LOL!).

Kell @ Kincavel Krosses

Katie said...

Congrats on all your progress!

I love Quoth the Raven! My brother is a huge Edgar Allen Poe fan, and as soon as I saw this piece on your blog a while back I knew I had to stitch it for him. I love how it looks on red Aida, so I'm going to get some myself pretty soon and start work on it. :)