Sunday, October 19, 2014

Primitive Halloweenies

After finishing "Rotted," I wanted more tombstone-y goodness....so I stitched this little Prairie Schooler card design, too.
The Prairie Schooler tombstone was stitched with some HDF silk - it was labeled Primitive Black, but since it was from a detritus bag, I think it might be a mis-dye of some sort.  The Plum Street design is from the JCS 2012 Halloween special, and I used a combination of DMC and hand-dyed flosses from my stash.

9 comments:

Mouse said...

ooooo love them :) any idea how you are going to finish them ?? love mouse xxxx

cucki said...

Looking so lovely my dear xx

Thoeria said...

Oh I love that....rotted but not forgotten! Lol!!

Brenda A said...

Ohh! They are super fun!

Blu said...

They look perfect for Halloween.

Mii Stitch said...

Great stitching, they both look great!

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Cheery stitching! I have been building a coffin for my tombstones this week so I can't talk LOL.

Sally said...

Love these! Can't wait to see how you finish them.

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

Riona from Oubliette is trying to get in touch with you!
http://oubliette-riona.blogspot.co.uk/2014/10/i-am-looking-for-erin.html

Decision Made

After monkeying with the shells and beads some more, I decided to take them all off... ...and I think I like it best this way.  I did add...