I know what you're thinking - we barely (and I mean barely, since it's still not really all that warm, even though we're more than halfway through May...) made it out of winter alive, and I'm talking about Halloween already. We celebrate Christmas in July (well, I do, anyway...in fact I'd celebrate Christmas year-round if it were socially acceptable...as it is I just took the holly garland off my staircase railings.....moving on...), so why not Halloween in May? Right?!
I don't know why, but this past week, I've been obsessed with Halloween pieces, so I pulled a few to stitch. Maybe it was the heinous weather I had to endure while in the Chicago area last week, as demonstrated by the below screen shot...
Awful. Just awful. By the way, it never hit 52 degrees that day. In fact, it SNOWED on Friday morning. SNOWED. Reason 847 not to move to the MidWest. Ever. Unless by undue force. Or really just ever. Being landlocked kinda freaks me out.
Regardless of whether or not you're on board with me in celebrating Halloween in May, these pieces are pretty awesome.
Up first is one of the smalls from Stranded Jacks, a graph by Plum Street Samplers. I did three of the smalls last fall, and I decided it's about time I finished the last two. A Halloween whale totes a teeny tiny jack-o-lantern on his back, over an orange and black sea.
Seriously you guys. The whale's tale is striped. I can't.
Next up is Beggar's Night from Threadwork Primitives.
Loving that white pumpkin. Keep an eye out for my WIP updates on this one - there's a raven off to the right. Yep. Raven. Wicked awesome.
Memorial Day is almost here (RIGHT. I can't believe it, either.), which means SUMMER is coming. Thank the good Lord.
What have you guys been up to? What are you all stitching or sewing or scrapping or doing or making? Are any of you going somewhere for the long weekend???? It's been so long since I've checked in! I hope you all have a fabulous start to the week!