Monday, March 7, 2011

In honor of Lisa Roswell...

Not everyone may have heard about the death of Lisa Roswell of the Primitive Needle in the flooding in Ohio last Monday, the 28th of February. I have only a few of her patterns, but joined in a Facebook SAL in her honor over the just past weekend to show support to her family, friends and fans at this time. I stitched a small Halloween piece called By the Light of the Moon, which is a freebie and can be found here. Stitching from stash, I took some liberties with the threads, which are all Weeks. The fabric is 25ct, stitched over 1. The border is stitched with Weeks Trick or Treat. Lisa was very fond of Halloween themes. May she rest in peace.

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