Hello and welcome to the Trick or Treat Blog Hop 2020 as hosted by Jo of Serendipitous Stitching
Some Spooky Stitching for you to enjoy
This is "Witches Cat" by Durene Jones, stitched over 1 and finished as a scissor fob. (you can find the chart on Facebook here)
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An early visit to collect letters, thanks for the F! Nice finish for your scissor fob, love the tassel. I did recently some research on the net to make a nice tassel, it's incredible all the amazing pictures I have found (some sophisticated ones with beads. Joyeux Halloween ! Amicalement. xxx
Thanks for taking part in the Halloween Blog Hop this year.
Love the cat and a great finish too, who doesn't love a matching tassel?
A lovely cat Christine!
You finished your scissor fob so professionally, very impressive! And the cord too!
My handicraft group were shown how to make various tassels a few years ago.
I couldn’t see the point of tassels then but appreciate them now!
Thank you for the letter!
Thank you for this scissor fob, Christine. I love it!
Happy Halloween and thanks for the letter.
Lovely finishing. I stitched that kitty on plastic canvas last year! So cute. Happy Halloween!
I do like Durene Jones, one of those designers who's work I have come to appreciate more in the last year. You have done a splendid job.
This looks great as a fob, so cute! I made one for an exchange, but I think I need one for myself too.
Happy Halloween 🎃
A very nicely finished small, I love that tassel idea. Happy Halloween!
Oh how cute! It took me a few goes to see the cat's face at the bottom. I've done a couple of Durene Jones designs lately.
What a cutie! Happy Halloween!
I'm not hopping this time, lovely stitching
Finally found time to hop along. Oh I love Durene Jones. Another cutie. Love the way you finished it too.
Lovely little scissor fob Christine. Hope you had a fun Halloween.
That's cute! Thanks for the letter.
What a cute scissor fob--love the two-toned cording and tassel, Christine! Hope your November is going well :)
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