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Friday, July 11, 2008
Latest small, with a big OOOPS!
I kicked this one out quickly a couple of evenings ago, but apparently a little TOO quickly, since there is a big ooops in it. I'm not sure how obvious it is if you aren't familiar with the chart or if it isn't pointed out, but the smile on the Jack o' Lantern is a little lopsided. Somehow I managed to make an extra stitch of the black on the right side! Oh well.
The chart is a freebie from Casey Buonaugurio's website.
In other stitching news, I decided to set Catherine of Aragon aside for a little while (I'm tired of looking at black, brown and yellow) and do the "Summer" design of the four seasons set I've been doing (pictures of fall and winter are here). I finally had an idea about how to finish them once all four are done, as a wall-hanging, maybe in a "stained glass" style with black borders around the designs. Of course, all of this is dependent on me being able to not jump right in and stitch Nora Corbett's "Halloween Fairy" in the newest Cross Stitch and Needlework magazine!
Labels: Halloween, Halloween Fairy, Nora Corbett
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I didn't know jack-o-lanterns were required to have symmetrical smiles! Whoops, then I've been carving them wrong all these years. :D
Well the *chart* required a symmetrical smile, but I would say that actual carved jacks can have any smile they want. :) Mine usually ended up with a couple of teeth.
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