A slight departure in theme

I’ve had a slight departure in stitching theme recently. It’s kinda ‘love’ themed. And it has flowers. And hearts. Although if you know me, you can see why I wanted to do this one. I created a pattern involving the second verse of Annabel Lee from Edgar Allan Poe. It’s only 3.5 x 4 inches, so it’s tiny and really fast to do:


(more on this one next month, hopefully)

I took a bit of a break from stitching, going slow on the previous project, and having a good time playing Rise of the Tomb Raider for a while. But then I started yet another new project.

This is one you’ve already seen a preview for. Professor Flitwick decorating a Christmas tree. I’m really not that far into it, but it already looks good:



Spooky declined having her picture taken this week, but Crookshanks decided to pose for his. Both cats found the joy of sticking their faces into empty containers until they can lift said container without their paws or mouth:


Today is also Walking Dead day. Including today, there’s only three episodes left this season. What am I going to do with my Sunday nights after that? lol. At least things are cooking up on the show, so tonight’s episode should be interesting, to say the least.

I’ve decided that today’s new Etsy pattern is going to be that pink castle I showed you before. I have no idea what I’m going to add on Tuesday, but I have around 35 patterns I’ve already made to choose from, so whatever it is, it shall be interesting.


That’s all for now. Until next time, Happy Stitching!

2 Comments to “A slight departure in theme”

  1. prttynpnk says:

    Oh Badermeinhoff (spelling?) this week I was listening to one of my coworkers condemn her kids English teacher for forcing Poe on them. I jumped in like a dork and said that without Poe, we’d have no locked room mysteries or detective protagonists. Blank looks all around, but ok, so I know you are part of my tribe!

    1. FORCING POE ON THEM?! Poe is one of the greatest writers EVER! Why, without Poe, we wouldn’t have our great mysteries or horror stories! We wouldn’t know such longing, loving poems or know the subtle thrill of psychological horror! And what would we do without The Raven, or The Tell Tale Heart? Condemning someone for making kids read Poe’s works… some people lol

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