Friday, January 14, 2011

Crazy January Challenge: Day Thirteen

French Country Pumpkin
JBW Designs
Random fabric from stash
Hand-dyed flosses from Sweetpea Stitches

Sorry about this craptacular photo. You get the idea. 

Jennifer sent me these flosses in 2008, and I knew immediately what I should do with them. As you can see, I got right on it! :) They are working out as perfectly as I imagined they would. Fabulous! Tell her in the comments.

11 comments:

Peggy Lee said...

Hey Jennifer....that floss is fantabulous!!!

The stitchin' is nice too!

xeyedmary said...

Go Anna!Go Anna!Go Anna!
2 more days left! You're almost there! Excellent choices for the challenge!

The Queen Bee said...

Love the threads. Perfect for that pattern. Can't believe we've almost made it to the end. Now, on to the real work.... actually finishing them! Love the word 'craptacular'.

Pam

mainely stitching said...

You were spot-on - excellent choice! :D

Cathy said...

Do you know the weird thing? I started this design a couple years ago and then completely lost the whole thing. All the threads, the fabric I was working on, the chart, everything. Just poofed away without a trace.

Chocolates4Breakfast (TerriBoog) said...

Awesome color! I love the JBW French designs - you're making me think I need to go stash diving. I know I have a couple of them in my stash.

You've definitely got some great projects going!

Kristen said...

Perfedt thread choice! This should be a quick finish, no? Can't wait to see it!

Sherry :o) said...

I have this one finished, but not finished-finished....someday - big sigh!!

Love your progress - color is beautiful!

Caroline said...

yep - perfect. you did a lot on this in one day - go go go!

Alice said...

Awesome floss!

Diane said...

"Craptacular" reminds me of the time that I told my boss in an email that one of his clients' premium had gone up because of said client's daughter's "craptastic" driving record. I think you can probably guess what happened next. Yep, the a$$hole boss forwarded the email to the client... But the time he hit reply on the email to the rabbi instead of forward saying he thought the rabbi was bipolar has to take the prize.