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The quilt in the header is made from a Cheri Payne pattern called "Twelve Days of Christmas"..

Wednesday, September 1, 2010

OLD CROW

September is here and my stitchery is ready for display.
I have been pondering what I should add to Kaaren's wool crazy pincushion for our round robin.  I have had a few ideas.  I decided to quit thinking and start stitching.  Here is what I added to her piece.
I added a pumpkin tree that says "Old Crow".  I don't know how much like a crow my tiny bird looks like but you get the idea.  Now I will pass it along to Paulette for her to work her magic.

Stop back again soon for another visit.

Karen

35 comments:

  1. Karen, Mary of Quilt Hollow told me I should stop by your blog, so here I am! I can see why she sent me. What a wonderland of treasures!!! I love what you did with Kaarens pin cushion, I can't wait to see the finished items. So much fun to watch them grow!

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  2. How fun, Karen. I love that you ladies are doing this and sharing. I just love pincushions and am enjoying seeing what you all create.

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  3. Your addition to Kaaren's woolie is great!

    Love your September stitchery.

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  4. Love your addition to the pin cushion. I too can't wait to see the finished projects.

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  5. I love your stitchery. These are great!
    Your round robin is coming along nicely. I love all those colors

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  6. Love your Sep stitchery - and love what you added to the pincushion! Very cool!

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  7. Too cute-Kaaren is going to love it!! I am STILL waiting for the first one to get to me!! YIKES! I am keeping my fingers crossed for tomorrow...or I will be WAY behind!! Oh well....
    Take care!
    Paulette

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  8. One word for everything......WOW!

    I love it all.

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  9. Very cute. Kaaren will love it. Winona

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  10. That's a neat idea, a pincushion round robin. Thanks for sharing.

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  11. I love what you added to the round robin.

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  12. I love your september-stitchery, Karen and your part of the round robin is gorgeous! What a good idea, a round robin pincussion.
    An I love your basketquilt to bits, it's gorgeous!!!
    Greetings, Cisca

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  13. what fun I love that pincushion round robin, what a great idea, its been fun seeing it on the blogs.
    I really like what you added.
    always happy to see your show and tell :)
    nice sept banner too
    Kathie

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  14. Another sweet stitchery Karen and I LOVE your pumpkin tree....very clever!!

    Crispy

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  15. Woo hoo, Karen! I love it!

    I have finished stage 2 of Lori's and it'll be in the mail to you later today but I'm sending it from Canada so it might take a little longer to reach you this time. But you need a little break anyway, right? *wink*

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  16. These pincushions you are all sharing are coming along wonderfully! You all are so darned creative. I think I would sit there staring at it stumped. Can't wait to see the finishes. BTW...I love how you display those stitcheries!! Love that piece for sure.

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  17. I hope that I can get some fall decs out this coming week. I missed out on the 'Americana' season totally this year . . . . just blanked. But fall is a whole 'nother story *S*

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  18. ooooohhhh~!~too cute ~ a pumpkin tree~!!~

    i'm in the mood myself to start changing the "nest" into an autumn harvest theme . . .

    the baskets from your previous post art so-o very awesome~!!~ i really MUST make myself a basket quilt someday . . .

    :-)
    libbyQ

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  19. Ohhh.. it is great.. love the little tree.. :O)) It is so much fun to follow the pincushions.. a lovely idea... they are so cute!!! :o)) And another lovely sign... :o)

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  20. Love the pumpkin tree!! Can't wait to see it finished!! Happy sewing, hugs, Daniëlle

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  21. Never thought of a pumpkin tree but I really like it! Good job!

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  22. Thank you Karen for coming by my blog. You do fabulous work and I really like your Basket quilt!

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  23. Hello Karen, love your additions to the pin cushion.

    Your September hanger is darling! Thank you for sharing.

    Have a wonderful weekend.
    :) Carolyn

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  24. The WCPC is wonderful!! I know we'll love each one!!

    Love your stitchery too!

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  25. I love what you did on the wool pincushion. Isn't it fun? I'm working on 3 at one time. It's addicting.

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  26. love your september (my favorite month!)
    stitchery and the wool pincusion is great, the crows are wonderful!

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  27. That pincushion is wonderful -- I have lots of wool scraps and now I know what I'm going to do with some of them.

    September banner is so cute -- I always look forward to the monthly stitchery.

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  28. Your pincushion is just adorable,I see a crow there! The Sept. stitchery is sweet, and it perfectly displayed - love it!

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  29. Your September wall hanging is so pretty! And your display is amazing!:)

    Well done on your pincushion as well!

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  30. Thanks for popping by Karen. Love your wool crazy!:0)

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  31. Very cute addition to the pincushion, it's fun to watch these progress.

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  32. Thanks for visiting my blog. My Triangle Madness quilt has over 3,000 triangles and yes, I did get tired of triangles.
    I really like to wool pincushions I keep seeing....I made one last week for an exchange but I'd love to do the crazy quilt/round robin too.

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  33. Oh, you blog is beautiful! I'm a new follower!

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