Monday, September 3, 2012

Introducing a SAL

First up, thank-you everyone for your 
ideas of how to fix the 50Cent issue. 
I hate to delete blogs that haven't 
posted in ages but I have a feeling 
I might have to. Going to play around 
with this problem some tomorrow afternoon. 

The House that Jacks Built II
by Prairie Moon
April (April in Alabama) and I will be starting this project tomorrow. Hopefully, we will be posting every Monday with the previous week's progress. 

I will be using a 32ct Desert Sand linen and DMC floss. 

Rather excited to see this done. Planning to match the frame with Thine is the Trick and the Treat.

Think they will make a wonderful pair for Halloween. Not a huge Halloween fan, but these trip my trigger. 

The weekend is quickly coming to an end. :( Time for hubby to return to his job. But, on the up side - we got groceries today. lol

Hope you are enjoying the evening. 


Linda said...

Great piece your going to start. I'm still laughing over "trip my trigger" Denise. Mind if I borrow it. Love it.


aprilmecheelesdulllife said...

hey Denise !! I will post mine tomorrow.. I had the grandbabies today... Just now getting on the computer.. lol 10:37...

Ranae said...

Two terrific Prairie Moon designs
I just bought orange linen for the thine one, hope it works out well, we'll see
It will be fun to watch the progress of the SAL

Bec said...

Love the new SAL :)
Very nice design. It will definitely make a perfect pair. Looking forward to seeing you're progress.

Chris said...

I love your new Halloween stitch. I love monochromes :)
Have a great week.

Parsley said...

SQUEEEE! Love that pattern! Enjoy every stitch!

Just catching up from the weekend and I had to delete a few blogs, as suggested by your readers. It worked to clear that same problem up for me.

Unknown said...

I am new to your blog. Love your completed projects.

I am a lover of Halloween, especially Witches and Haunted Houses. Must check out Pairie Moon Designs.

paula said...

WOW . . today your post was in front of the left "lacy" border trim. Made it easier to read . . . woll patiently wait to see Monday's posting :-}

Catherine said...

Love your new project!!!

SewAmy said...

I love both of those patterns. I will be watching your lovely progress.