I have finished this lovely freebie by Ria Lanser. I stitched it for my little tea lover Katie. I stitched it with a Belle Soie Silk called Sister Scarlet.
I also added the link to the title in case you would like to stitch this yourself or visit Ria's blog which is lovely. It is in German but it has such beautiful pictures.
Stacy Nash Primitives recently came out with some autumn/halloween designs. I love all of them. I purchased two of them and I was at a doctor's appt and couldn't resist starting one. I am so excited about it. I am not sure of the name of the fabric I used but it has that creepy Halloween look to it and looks primitive too. Stacy includes directions on how to finish and age your work with coffee or tea or walnut crystals. I can't wait to try that.
That witch's boot is adorable filled with bittersweet. Too cute.
I almost forgot about these cute little flip flops I put together for my granddaughter. They are far cuter in person and I also made a pair for her mom so they have matching fuzzy flippers. I was hoping to take a picture of her wearing them but this will have to do for now. They are too cute not to share.
I think we all need a pair of these.