Tuesday, December 6, 2011

Fob-u-Less Frenzy

In an earlier post I talked about my Gingher Designer scissors. I am going to make a scrapbook of them so they were gathered up for photos.


Now mind you, I do not own all of them. There are some that I do not have.

I decided that I can't wait for 2012 to start my fob project. Last night I had an open window of time so I decided to get started. I am going to do these in chronological order. My oldest one is "Cheetah", I already have a fob for this one, thanks to Chris, one of my stitching buds. And now I realize I should have a picture of it but I don't. I will next post.

The next one is "Katelynn", which came out in 2002. Here is what I came up with for Katelynn.

Bloom
Lizzie Kate
28ct. Graziano home-dyed pink
DMC #333, 915, 3354, 3787
Date started stitching: 12/5/2011
Date finished stitching: 12/5/2011
Date finishing completed: 12/6/2011



What do you think? I like it! I tweaked the height a bit so the design would be 36 x 36. I had wanted to use just plain Pink Graziano, but I was out. Since I am all about using stash I already have, I settled on this home-dyed piece.



My Other Pastime...
I had some interest in seeing my advent scarf. Here is a photo of Days 1 through 5.


I am learning alot doing this and am very pleased with the results so far. I have always loved projects with a variety of things going on.

Anyway, that's it for today. Thanks for visiting.

Happy Stitching :)

JillMN

19 comments:

Laurie in Iowa said...

OMG.... look at all those beautiful scissors. Love your first fob!

geeky Heather said...

Never seen so many scissors!! Gorgeous!! I love your fob idea...the first one looks great. And that scarf is BEAUTIFUL! I am trying to resist casting on immediately!!

dixiesamplar said...

Goodness...what lovely scissors you have!! And the new fob is perfect for "Kate"

Gorgeous scarf too...can't wait to see it finished!!

Melanie said...

WOW!!!!!!!!!!!!
Very impressive. I only have TWO gingham pairs and now feel twitchy, like I need to go buy MORE MORE MORE right this SECOND. lol

missy said...

THANK YOU!!! I can now show your pic to DH the next time he says that I have more snips than anyone else. lol lol

hugs
-missy-

Mouse said...

ohhhh in seventh heaven with those gingers ..lol ... they look soo good together ... need to make a matching one for my alicia's ... they have wee peacock feathers on them :) love mouse xxxx

Sonda in OR said...

Love the fob and that scarf is fabulous so far!

Lesleyanne said...

Gorgeous scissors. Love the new fob.

Kay said...

WOW-your scissor collection is awesome!! Can't wait to see all the completed fobs!

Penny said...

Seeing your collection, I can understand why people collect them. They are very colorful. :) Pretty fob and your scarf is gorgeous!

Faye said...

Wow Jill~~ Those scissors are awesome! And, that dreamy advent scarf is just beautiful....I love a creme scarf! Beautiful on all accounts...You have really been on a roll stitching! Cant wait to see LaDDa finished! Take care my friend, Faye

Chris said...

I love what you came up with for Caitlin. This is going to be a great project. I can't wait to see the next one!

Cleejoow said...

All those scissors... I only have 1...

Courtney said...

I'm curious what the name of the pair is that is under the American flag pair, the lavender with the tiny flowers? Thank you!
Courtney

Teena in Toronto said...

Wow! They are so cute!

Happy blogoversary :)

Carol said...

Amazing collection of Ginghers, Jill--I'm not a scissor collector, but they really are lovely :)

And a very cute fob, too! It will be fun to follow along on your fob project :)

Ellen said...

Gorgeous collection of scissors!

What a lovely fob for Katelynn! Can't wait to see what you come up with for the other scissors!

Happy Holidays!

Hugs,

Marie-P said...

Geez, so many scissors. I want those! :) What a great project idea, some people are just too clever.

I am liking to progress on your advent scarf, thanks for sharing.

Have a wonderful holiday.

Carol R said...

A very pretty Advent scarf Jill!