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07 December 2007

hmmm--what to stitch

The state fair has a contest for designs that are 's' and I need some help choosing an s subject. It can't be something that the viewer would have to use difficult logic to see the s. I want to steer away from doing ships or seashore, because there are classes for those at the fair. So what should I stitch? It can't be something that will take months to stitch, because, as you know, I don't have patience for big projects and the fair is 9 months from now, not to mention, I do have to work, eat, sleep, MOVE households, and work on other projects in this 9 month period. So what do I stitch?

I am liking sheep for some reason. And snowmen . . .

6 comments:

Sweet Pea said...

Shamrocks! I bet you could find an awesome celtic design that would work.

See also:

Swans, sunflowers, sushi, sewing, skaters, strawberries, seasons, salsa, shoes, symbols / signs, Santa

Sweet Pea said...

Scissors, sailboats, scrimshaw, sea lions (seals), sand dollars, snakes, Scorpio, September, schnauzers, school, seeds (seed packets), silhouette.

I'll stop now. I can't help it. I was an english major.

Kim said...

Santa, Snowmen, Snowflakes, Strawberries, Tall Sundae or Sandwhich, Sundae Sampler.

How about something from Country Cottage or Little House Needleworks, they have some nice patterns that work up fairly quickly.

A. Fox Originals has a nice snowflake design called Let It Snow.

Good Luck in your search and I will be sure to check back and see what you decided :)

MsB said...

Yup... I;m diggin the snowflake idea.. Since no two are the same you should be good to go. :)

move households.... Lucy, 'splain?!?
(first friend.. last to know.. *sigh*)

Pumpkin said...

Oh boy, there are too many great ideas already!

Lee said...

Spongebob!

I do my thing and you do yours. I am not in this world to live up to your expectations, and you are not in this world to live up to mine. You are you and I am I, and if by chance we find each other, then it is beautiful. If not, it can’t be helped--Frederick Perls