Hello, my lovely stitching friends. I hope your summer has been wonderful. Ours has been abnormally hot, but our weatherman has assured us that today is the last 90 degree day that we will have for the year. Hopefully, he’s right. We celebrated the first day of Fall (Labor Day) with a cook-out at my youngest son and his fiance’s house. Wonderful time. As y’all probably know by know, Autumn is my favorite time of year, AND especially Halloween.
Here’s another free Halloween pattern graciously donated by The Nebby Needle. (In case you’re wondering, in the southwest corner of Pennsylvania, the word ‘nebby’ means ‘nosey’. I never knew that until I met my husband who was born in Pittsburgh.)
Remember, open another window on your PC, right click, copy and paste. (Most programs will let you resize it if you need a bigger chart). This would make a darling little pillow or pinkeep . It’s a quick stitch and so whimsical. Don’t you just love the little pumpkins in the corners?
I’m working on a quilt that I think is going to turn out really cute. I used to quilt ALL the time, but then got hooked on primitive cross stitch. I saw this pattern and fell in love with it. Here’s a picture of the pattern finished by a friend. What do you think?
I must run. This has been a busy, busy week. I hope you like the chart.
Peace and all good things.