Quaker d’Halloween

Hello everyone!

I hope you all are doing well.

We’re fine around here.
With an 86% vaccination rate on my country things are not bad. Deaths and cases for covid-19 have dropped dramatically.
Hopefully this autumn/winter will be much better…

I haven’t stitch anything these past few months.
I have dedicated more of my free time to knitting.

So this last days I did the final tiny crosses on this piece and now is finished!
Not sure if I will frame this piece! Any ideas?

Design by Jardin Privé called Quaker d’Halloween.
Stitched on 40 count Moka Newcastle Linen by Zweigart with DMC threads.

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5 comments

  1. This is such a cute finish, Lili! I think it would look great framed. I just read yesterday that Portugal has a wonderful vaccination rate–good for you!!

  2. Lili, I love how your scissors look “creepy” too! Such a fun stitch, the few colors amongst the black really makes it fun. Love it! Happy Halloween!

  3. Lovely to see your post Lili,and great that Portugal is coping with Covid so well.
    Unfortunately,3 days before we were due to fly to Germany to meet our five month old granson for the first time and celebrate his brother’s 4th birthday,our son,his fiance and their elder boy tested positive for C19.Very thankfully they have now come through an extremely unpleasant experience fairly unscathed.It is a reminder that this virus is very active ,still.
    Hoping you stay safe and well x

  4. That’s a lovely little Sampler. I would probably frame it in a fancy black frame.

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