'Stay, stay at home and rest. Homekeeping hearts are happiest.' ~ Author Unknown.

Saturday, September 22, 2012

~Tis a Wee Halloween Finish to Celebrate the Beginning of Fall!~


I have to admit a fault I have.......shhh.  I have MANY unfinished projects.  I know I am the only one of my kind.  No one else starts something and then lets it sit for days, months, even YEARS, on end.  There is not one other person on this planet that has this claim to fame - I have so many unfinished projects, that when I get one old project out, my kids think I started and finished something new!  Anyway, uhmm, this one was started in 2005.  Seven years ago.  Shhhh..... Yep no one else can say they are my equal!  The pattern is 'Jack Be Nimble' from Lori Brechlin at Notforgotten Farm.  I LOVE IT!   I should have finished it 7 years ago!


Now on to something I started in 2007.......

Blessings,

Shanda

7 comments:

~Sara said...

I love it! Happy finishing projects. Blessings~Sara

Penny said...

I must admit.... I think I'm almost as bad as you with leaving my works-in-progress for weeks/months/years!
What a beautiful finish, however... I love it!

Gayle said...

The prairie points finish it off nicely - good job!

Franson Funny Farm said...

I have you beat my dear. I have 3 cross stitch projects that I started when I was pregnant with KC. That was 18 years ago! Still not finished...don't know if they ever will be. Too many other things I love/have to do.

moosecraft said...

Ooooh! Not only is the design great... but LOVE the way you finished it!

Barb Bobik said...

Congrats on your finishing the Jack be Nimble. I stitched it a few years ago & loved it when it was finished, but took me forever as did her Snowman. But well worth the time. I started a small rug hooking project of a Santa 10 years ago & still am not finished! Still have a couple projects in my basket that I need to finish.

Barb Bobik said...

Congrats on finishing Jack Be Nimble. I stitched it a few years back and was so happy when I finished it. Well worth the time & effort, but oh my. Did Lori's Snowman & the same thing. She is a talent for sure. I'm still working on a Santa hooking panel that I started 10 years ago, not to mention several Xstitch projects. I think I need rehab!