Monday, November 26, 2012

Finally, The Last Two A Charts!!!

Here are the last two charts that begin with A

By:  Mari McDonald

By:  Stoney Creek

I don't know why that second picture looks so washed out, my camera skills are really bad!

To recap my letter A charts:

1.   A Ho Ho Ho of Santa's by Gail Bussi
2.   Adia, The Garden Fairy by Nora Corbett
3.   Afraid of the Dark by Belinda Karls Nace
4.   Another Day in Paradise by Diane Arthurs
5.   Art Deco Fashionista by Leslie Teare
6.   August Periodot Fairy by Nora Corbett
7.   August Sampler by Waxing Moon Designs
8.   Autumn by Stoney Creek
9.   Autumn Fairy by Joan Elliott
10. Autumn Homes by Mari McDonald
11. Autumn in the Village by Stoney Creek

Now it's on to the B's!!

Happy Stitching!


Nicola said...

You have an amazing collection of A charts.

rosey175 said...

That's quite a collection... and it's just the A's! Looking forward to all the B's and beyond~

tadamama said...

I love this rotation pattern you're doing! Great progress!

Lesleyanne said...

Lovely stitching. Great collection of As.

Mii Stitch said...

Sooo many As!!! Looking forward to the Bs...

Linda said...

Hi Carrie. Two more great A's. I love the way your stitching all of them. I just went back and read your whole blog. Whatever happen to the mama cat and her babies? Is it time to start a new one!!!! You gotta catch up to me. lol


SoCal Debbie said...

Those are wonderful Autumn charts! I loved reading your list of A charts. Keep up the great stitching!

Melinda said...

Autumn in the Village, love it. Looking forward to the B's

Chelle said...

With 80 projects started but not completed, I'm trying (on 4 hours of sleep) to do the math as to how many of each letter you must have. Unsuccessfully!

How fun to just go through the alphabet.

I've been sticking mostly with my HAED, trying to finish page 2. I have finished another ornament, except for whatever ribbon or ornamentation is going around the outside. I need to go back to my Just Cross Stitch magazine for some ideas!


Susan said...

Looking forward to seeing the rest of the alphabet!