Monday, November 07, 2005

Here is a progress on my Halloween project. As you can see, I am working on the third ghost now. I hope to start working on the bottom half. Hopefully I will be done this week.

I will post later about my christmas projects that I want to do. I'm not sure if I will get them all done by Dec. 31st. I highly doubt that since I am pretty slow. :)

7 comments:

Chris said...

Your Halloween peice is looking great. Don't worry about speed just enjoy yourself.

Isabelle said...

Yeah! It's lovely and your fabric choice is great!! Thank you for sharing a picture with us :)

Chris is right - the main thing is to enjoy the process, no need to spoil that by thinking you're too slow... And hey, anyway, you have made some really good progress in my opinion! :o)

Terri said...

Love your blog! The ghosts are cute. You asked how I got my city on my sidebar of my blog...You find the city you want through Google under "webcams" Right click on the photo and look at "Properties" then copy the "address" and paste it in your template under sidebar. Be sure to do preview first before saving it. I had to downsize mine.

AngelSan said...

I love the fabric ! I love the design !!! Looks like there's only the pumpkins and hop ! Done !
I'm looking forward to seeing your Christmas projects...

Terri said...

Love your webcam of Orlando - you're right - it is cool to have the city you live in!!! Everyone should do it!!

Lili said...

Hi Lauren!
Thanks for commenting on my blog! I had never reached yours before -for whatever reason- and I am very happy to discover your stitching! I like this ghosts and pumpkins design! I can understand you are enjoying it, even after Halloween! I have never stitched for Halloween, but I sure feel like it when I see all the wonders you can achieve!
I sure wish you lots of joys with your daughter, but I can tell you that the comic aspect of paper making only revealed today...
Hope to read you soon!
Lili

~Harsha~ said...

your halloween stitching is looking great :) don't worry about speed...just enjoy the process :)