Thursday, September 10, 2015

Gobble Gobble

Good morning! 

It's such a lazy stormy morning here, I have another finish
 
The limited edition Gobble Gobble by With Thy Needle & Thread, sold out

I made these stick pins and kept forgetting to share pics
I made the little pincushion from a tart pan, some stuffing and Halloween fabric, it took all but like 5 minutes to make.
Here is a much better pic 
I haven't had a give away for a really long time and I really love them, so here goes
If you would like to win a stick pin, leave a comment with the color you prefer
I really do appreciate the ones who take time to read and especially leave comments. 
Thank you to all my new followers as well
Good luck!!
Stay tuned for another finish as well, Mourning Tree sewing bag
Make it an awesome day

22 comments:

capecodgirl565 said...

I really love them all, but the little blue guy with the wings really speaks to me. Love your blog!

stitchinpeanut said...

Oh I have this turkey coming on its way to me... I can't wait... This is ADORABLE. pins are amazing and the pin cushion it amazing with them... Oh I love the aqua blue with the wings the very most... But they are ALL ADORABLE. THANK YOU for offering us a give away.

Vickie said...

My that was quick! Gobble Gobble is so very sweet.

Christine said...

Love your pins for October ~ especially the green one!

Congrats on being one of the few to get the darling turkey and great job on it!

Patti said...

I love your turkey! I was trying to be good and didn't order it. Of course now I am regretting it...
Love your pins - my favorite is the turquoise with wings - but I love them all. They remind me of the sugar skulls from "El Dia de los Muertos"... such a neat tradition.
Blessings, Patti

normajean53 said...

Love the lime green one. I have lime green wall in my sewing room!

Chocolates4Breakfast (Terri Malinovich) said...

WoW! You finished "Gobble" in no time and it looks great! Love your little pincushion and the pins are darling. I'd have to choose the bootiful blue and white!

Fran Caswell said...

Love all of them but I think the green one is the one I would choose. Thank you for the chance to win. Your finished Gobble Gobble is so pretty.

Barbara said...

Ranae, I debated on whether or not to get the limited edition turkey and decided against it. Now I could kick myself in the rear. Your's is so neat looking!
If I had to pick a color it would be the Kermit green one. They are all so cute!
Blessings

Shelly said...

Gobble Gobble turned out real nice! I like the pink one. Can't wait to see the Mourning Tree bag, I believe I have the chart, really need to stitch it up!

Barb said...

What a great little finish. I love that turkey. If I win, I would love the orange one. Thanks Ranae. Congratulations on the map of HRH!

Mii Stitch said...

Your turkey finish really looks lovely.
And so do the pins.
I'd love to be entered in your giveaway for the green spooky one :)

gypsyelves said...

I missed out on the Gobble! Glad you got it, and finished already. I love your pins, especially the green!

Justine said...

Your turkey looks great, as do the pins. So creative!
My favourite is the blue one without wings.

Terry Trykall said...

Hey Ranae
Love the turkey. Tried to buy one but they were gone gone gone! Anna was telling me about your stick pins. Too cute.
Terry

HiltonHeadStitcher said...

I love the pins, especially the turquoise!

pj said...

Hi Ranae,
Wow you were fast with the turkey finish! It is really cute!
Love your stick pins...I like the turquoise with the little wings! Glad you are having fun with your latest finishes.

Margaret said...

Love your Gobble finish! So cute! Love the stick pins and your cushion too! Green is my color, so that's probably the one I'd pick. :D

Patricia Girard said...

Ranae,
I wouldn't turn down a pin (green, thank you!) but I am curious about your tart finish. Is there a tutorial to help with this? Or did you just jump in - is the fabric glued to the tart? Thanks.

Jo who can't think of a clever nickname said...

I hope I count as a regular commenter, I try anyway!
The turkey kit is so sweet but I really love the spooky pins. You know I love my Hallowe'en themes. Any one would make me happy but my favourite is the turquoise without the wings.

Phyllis said...

Your Gobble Gobble turned out so cute! Sorry I missed out on this one.
I love the whole thing, but the actual stitched part is so sweet. Hope she releases just the chart in the future.

Julie said...

Clever use of the tart tin, the pins look right at home in it.
Super turkey finish, that's brilliant.