Thursday, August 12, 2010

Lookie there!

I do remember how to stitch!


Sweeping Cobwebs
 The Prairie Schooler
fabric:  32ct lambswool linen
fibers:  DMC


I even made pins :)


I've put a few sets of these Handmade Pins on my Shop Blog if you'd like to add them to your Halloween stitching too!

41 comments:

diamondc said...

Staci: these are so cute and bewitching, thank-you for sharing.
Catherine

Theresa said...

Wow!! your pincushion and pins are adorable!!!!!! Great finish as always~

GoldenAngelsWorks said...

What a great pin cushion and pins!

Annie said...

How cool is that with the handmade pins! And it's x-stitching, not socks! I thought you might have abandoned our beloved craft. Glad to see your stitched creations again.

natalyK said...

Love your Halloween pins! The pin cushion is a beautiful way to showcase them!

valerie said...

Nice to see you stitching! That pincushion is cute and spooky! lol And the handmade pins are fantastic!

SocksAndMittens said...

Such a lovely pincushion, Staci!

Elaine said...

Love your witch Staci and those pins are wonderful.

Berit said...

Wonderful! :D I this is the first I've seen stitched from that new book. :D

Dee said...

Very cute! Or should I say ... very spooky?!

The pins are the perfect accessory.

Katrina said...

Cute, cute, cute and I love the pins too :-).

Lee said...

Sooo cute!

Carol said...

I can almost hear her cackle--so cute. And the handmade pins are great, too!

Virginia said...

Love that! The pins are so cute. And I love the little witch.

I'm so not ready for Halloween yet.

Ranae said...

What a fantastic piece and the pins are very cool

Chocolates4Breakfast (TerriBoog) said...

Awesome finish and really cute pins!

Deb said...

Too cute and those pins are perfect for it!

Karen said...

How cute....and I love your pins!

Jackie said...

It's a beautiful pin cushion. I really like your color choice of the trim. The pins themselves are the absolute perfect finishing touch!

Missy Ann said...

Pretty pins! I love making pins, instant gratification.

Love the beaded edge, although I wold be tempted to over do it and alternate black & orange.

Jennifer said...

Gorgeous! Although the witch looks a bit angry to be stuck with those beautiful pins!

Catherine said...

Love it! I sure wish I knew how to do my edges like you!

Lois said...

Love the pin cushion and the pins!

Carol R said...

How cute is your little witchy pillow with matching pins?

Gabriele said...

Very cute! I like the pins! The little pillow is beautiful!!!
greetings from Germany, Gabi

Kathy A. said...

Whohoo and so you do!! Beautiful pin cushion and those marking pins - gorgeous. Nice work girl.

Sally said...

I love your cushion Staci. Love those pins too.

Harmien said...

Super finish... !! The pins are the perfect added touch!

Nancy said...

A wickedly beautiful witch! I love your pins Staci!

Dani - tkdchick said...

How cute, and nicely finished!

Joanie said...

Oh, Stacie! How positively bewitching! Love the pins, great touch!

Vinniey said...

Beautiful finished and cute pins, Staci! :)

Paisley said...

Love it! Those pins are the perfect finishing touch!

Brigitte said...

So cute with lovely pins!

Lesleyanne said...

Your witch and pins are absolutely gorgeous.

Mary in AR said...

So cute! Love the matching pins. Thanks for sharing.

Teri said...

Cute! Cute!! Cute!!!

Lennu said...

Oh it's so cute and the pins are gorgeous!

Solstitches said...

Uh oh, can it nearly be Halloween already? Where did the year go????
I love your witchy finish!

Margaret

Julie said...

Lovely pin in your super pincushion. She brought a smile to my face, i could almost hear her cackling laughter

Sonda in OR said...

Yes you do (know how to stitch!) and you do it very well. All of your knitted items look fabulous, too!