Tuesday, 9 October 2018

Spooky October TUSAL


It's TUSAL time, the Totally Useless SAL where we all show our ORTS and link-up on Daffycat's blog.

Here is my TUSAL jar with two projects:

I am continuing to use the Tiny Decisions app to choose my projects this week. This was Sunday's choice - Brew Ha Ha by Plum Street Samplers.  A nice quiet day in saw almost all the alphabet get completed.

stitched over one on 32 count Platinum Linen

Monday and Tuesday saw Raven from Nora Corbett come out twice in a row.  I got lots of black stitching done along the bottom of her dress:

stitched on 32 count Nebula by Crafty Kitten

Finally, it's nearly time for the spookiest Hop on the Blog - the annual Hallowe'en Trick or Treat Blog Hop.  For this one, you send me an email or leave a comment saying you would like to take part.  A few days before the end of October I will send you an email with a letter of the alphabet.  On the 31st you must make a blog post featuring something spooky you have stitched (or crafted) and your letter.

I will list all the participants on my blog and we all hop around collecting the letters to form the spooky phrase - report back to my blog and leave a comment to win a prize!


Jeetje Van Wijhe-Fuchs said...

Love the little pumpkin!

Christine said...

Both looking fab, the fabric for Raven is just amazing

Katie said...

Great ORTs with great WIPs. Beautiful progress.

Julie said...

Nebula is a stunning fabric

Astrids dragon said...

I love the mini Brew Ha Ha so far, that's one I have somewhere and need to start.
Yes, that fabric is fantastic for Raven, I can't wait to see her finished!

RJ said...

Brew Ha Ha is really great...looks wonderful. Fantastic fabric you chose. Hope you have a great week. RJ@stitchingfriendsforever

Brigitte said...

Two great projects for Spooky October. Gorgeous colours.

Carol said...

I've always loved that little pumpkin guy--makes me wish I drank coffee :)

Kaisievic said...

Nebula is an amazing choice of fabbie for Raven, Jo.

rosey175 said...

Brew Ha Ha looks so tiny next Raven! I underestimate the size of those Nora Corbett pieces!