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Monday, February 26, 2018

~ Getting Lucky ~

Hello Friends & Folk ~
and a very happy Monday to you!

can you believe there are only 2 days left till March?
and as mild as it has been, me thinks it will be coming in like a lamb...

I finished my little Lucky Witch!
and as pleased as I am with her,
 I just noticed that I left off one single star in the background...
 there, in between the tip of her hat and the letter "C" ~
... there should have been a tiny gold metallic star!

*sigh*


oh well. I may be able to surface stitch one on there...
but I have already finished off the back of this project.
 

I wanted to leave the finished work in the hoop,
so I covered the back ~


I thought about how I could attach the back to the hoop
and came up with the idea of carrying my thread around and over the sides of the hoop...


...making "X" stitches as I went around.
 

I'm happy with it!
 


Now that this is finished,
I am excited to share with you a new project that I've been wanting to make for a while...
a scissors pocket that will have you 'leaping' with joy!

stay tuned!
 
Blessings from the Farm
 ~ Lori

13 comments:

  1. LORI! This is the cutest thing I have ever seen in all my days!!!!!!!

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  2. Love this, Lori. You are always an inspiration!

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  3. Adorable Lori🍀 so creative are you in this finish💚

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  4. Aye and Begorrah! "Tis darlin' she is, the Lucky Little Witch!!! That one tiny gold star is there...it's just hiding behind a cloud.;) I adore X stitches, as I think they are very witchy...and the way you attached the back to the hoop was just the trick. Just curious as to the size of the hoop...

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  5. I'm in love with this little witch. I liked how you finished her using the hoop. Another creative work of art.

    Sandra in Texas

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  6. Love the backing! Curious to understand how you achieved such a smooth turned-under backing edge, and then kept it taut and straight while stitching the Xs ??!

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  7. Love your Lucky Witch !!! Looks so cute in the hoop with the x's all around !!!!

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  8. I love this. I always struggle when I want to frame something in the hoop. This is just the coolest......

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  9. Great finish! Was it fussy to do?

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  10. Your witch is beautiful, ,,,, and the finish,,,, wow,,,,
    I get so far with projects,,,, then the finishes are left,,,, yikes,,,, need to smarten up,,,,
    Shes the prettyest witch,,,,
    Thanks for sharing ur lovely work and finishes,,,,

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  11. Love her, Lori, and the finish is just perfect, did you paint the edge of the hoop? So simple!! Enjoy your day!

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  12. Hi there adorable "stitchy witchy" ((you)) Ms. Lori!! Finally trying to catch up with all your beautiful work again & everyone else! But when I saw your *Lucky Witch* in progress on FB, I just had to see her finished... what perfection, and such a clever way to finish!! Your work always "amazes & delights the eye"! ~♥~ Thanks for sharing & keeping everyone inspired! Woolly Hugs from your tired friend up Nawth! xoxo ~~ Diane

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