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1  Cross Stitch Winter Scene Sled in Needlework: Completed Projects by kittykill on: November 23, 2015 08:32:16 AM
This scene took way longer than expected but I absolutely love the way it turned out. The sled is bigger than the ones I have used in the past. I can't wait to pair it up with the others I have made for my Christmas decorations.

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2  Canning Lid Pumpkin in Thanksgiving by kittykill on: November 22, 2015 02:48:31 PM
For this month's Craftster's Quickie I got to make this super easy and awesome pumpkin. Seriously, this was so easy and I really love the way it turned out. It took no time at all.

The blog post has a link for the how to video.


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3  Tiny Cross Stitch Sled in Needlework: Completed Projects by kittykill on: November 11, 2015 10:25:04 AM
I fell in love with cross stitch sleds last year. I found more patterns and sleds this year so I got an early start.

I plan on making a few more for my Christmas tree.
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4  Mary Blair Style Little Girl Skater Cross Stitch in Needlework: Completed Projects by kittykill on: November 10, 2015 08:25:50 AM
I love Mary Blair. Her art work is just about the cutest ever. When I saw this pattern for this ice skater I knew I had to stitch her up for Pamville!
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5  Monogram Pine Cone Napkins in Needlework: Completed Projects by kittykill on: November 06, 2015 03:13:38 PM
I have these amazing small handmade dishes that have pine cones on them. I wanted to build my Thanksgiving and Christmas table around these dishes. I found other dishes that matched and wanted to have linen napkins to complete the look. I didn't have time to make separate Christmas and Thanksgiving napkins so I stitched the napkins with a fall/winter theme.

On one corner is a monogram of my last name with a wood/pinecone theme. The pattern used for the monogram is a very old (I believe French) pattern and the other side are pine cones, again from a vintage pattern.

Close up of the monogram

Close up of pine cones
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6  Cutest Little Monsters Cross Stitch in Needlework: Completed Projects by kittykill on: October 28, 2015 11:01:33 AM
For the past couple of years, I stitch up some form of universal monsters for the hubs. This years is an adorable chubby bunch of monsters from Cloud Factory.

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7  October 2015 Featured Costumes in Halloween Costumes by kittykill on: October 09, 2015 02:52:13 PM
Our members come up with the best Halloween Costumes! I am always so impressed by what they create. Below is just a sampling of what is out there.

If you have a partner in crime, why not go as that trouble causing duo, Tweedle Dee and Tweedle Dum. SewMuch4Kids put her own spin on this costume for her daughters. You can read more about it HERE.

I don't think I have ever seen a cuter Gimli than the DellaStella's little one.The beard is over the top. This costume won our costume challenge last year, and for a good reason. The attention to detail is amazing and of course the model is adorable. You can get more details HERE.

Pets in costumes....you can squeal in delight with me. If loving pets dressed up at Halloween is wrong, than I don't want to be right. This little babe is very fierce thanks to its owner, stephany719. Oh my goodness, the tail and hat. Can I die from cuteness overload now? Check out other pics of this ferocious little beast HERE.

Let it go! Let it go! Now that I have that worm drilled into your head, let's talk about how darling this little Elsa is. I love this idea for a Halloween costume because it will keep your kiddle's noggin' warm. Frozen doesn't seem to be going anywhere any time soon, so I guess you have to embrace it and have fun. Tenitsu's costume for her daughter was a family affair with her grandmother designing the pattern. You can read more about the adventures of Little Elsa HERE.

If you are looking for more inspiration, check out our Halloween Costume Board.
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8  Early Witches Cross Stitch in Needlework: Completed Projects by kittykill on: October 06, 2015 01:06:30 PM
This may not look like a lot of work but it took some time to finish it. It is tribute to the early witches in American history. I need to frame it and will probably keep it up all year round. It is approximately 12x12 inches.

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9   Halloween Totem Embroidery in Needlework: Completed Projects by kittykill on: October 06, 2015 11:19:50 AM
I stitched this cutie up for I Sew Cute. I have wanted to do this pattern for a long time. Glad I finally did!

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10  Re: OWS Gallery and Discussion Rounds 116, 117, 118 in ARCHIVE OF SWAPS THAT ARE TOTALLY FINISHED by kittykill on: September 26, 2015 12:09:16 PM
I received from DearBluebird today. The cutest little mermaid and crow are now living at Casa de Pedersen! Look at her little face! Thank you so much-both are adorable.

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