Saturday, September 20, 2008

Finished Marie's Spooky Neighborhood Round Robin


I finished up my block on Marie's Neighborhood Round Robin tonight. I used parts of Two White Houses by LHN, a Frankenstein trick or treater from Brightneedle's Spooky Halloween, a spider from Jeannette Douglas' ornament in the latest issue of Just Cross Stitch, a witch from Drawn Thread's Halloween Spot Sampler and bats from Drawn Thread's Happy Halloween! I hope that Marie will like my block.

Here is how her RR looks now. I will get this in the mail to Nicole on Monday.

Stitched on today: Finished Marie's Neighborhood Round Robin

26 comments:

Marie-P said...

I am so excited, your block is such a wonderful addition to my neighborhood. The detail is fantastic, love the witch, monster, bats and spider in the tree!!! Your creativity is impressive, thanks for a GREAT block!

Desi said...

Oh, my goodness, Carol! I had no idea how much originality was going into this exchange. (And here I was looking for patterns!) You've been doing a marvelous job--inspiring!

shakatak66 said...

Wow, you did an awesome job on the latest RR block - especially love the witch on the broomstick! Awesome :D BTW, hope your family member is recuperating well {hugs}

Nic said...

Great finish - love the way you combined all the elements!

Carol R said...

Love what you did with your block - love the witch and the bats!

Maria said...

Great job! Love this work in whole :)

cathymk said...

Just fabulous, Carol! I love Franky and the witch! They are just perfect! This is going to be a wonderful piece when completed!

Arthemise said...

I just love your block, and the whole neighborhood really. :-)

Ruth Rachel Vendsel said...

You did a fantastic job, Carol! I love that little spider and the witch flying overhead - it all came together so nicely.

GoldenAngelsWorks said...

That is too cute.

stitcherw said...

It looks wonderful, what a fun piece. I love how all the different designs are fitting together. I think my favorite part or your square was your witch, very cute.
Sue

Tracy said...

Very nice. I like the tree with the spider hanging from it. These round robins are the best idea! Cheers~

Janaina said...

I love the way you mixed sections from so many designs. I just LOVE it! Great work, Carol! =)

litlaskvis said...

It looks fabulous!

Shelleen said...

it is just awesome and I LOVE the whole thing.

Andrea said...

A wonderful rr piece and your block adds nicely to it. Some great stitching this week going on over your side of the pond too.

Paula said...

It looks fabulous.

coonieandplume said...

Wow that's gorgeous. This RR is going to be fabulous when finished!

Shebafudge said...

Wow what a stunning RR that is! Absolutely fantastic!

Heidi said...

Ooh how pretty! I have missed so much of your wonderful stitching. But I am back now. :)

Barbara said...

This is SO cool. Your block is fabulous!!

Lelia said...

WOOT!! How exciting : ) Very kewl, Carol

Enjoy the week-end

Deborah/LavenderRose said...

Great contribution, Carol! :) Marie's Halloweenish Neighborhood is really turning out to be adorable. I love your Frankenstein and witch!
Hugs, Deb

Susimac said...

What a wonderful RR and I love how you have done that block.

Carla said...

Awesome block Carol! Th little Frankenstein and with are so spooky! Love it!

Anonymous said...

Well done Carol. I like very much how you stitched the witche's broom. Have fun stitching! Ann