Monday, August 20, 2007

Scotland

Vonna asked me the other day what Scotland would look like finished. It must be an out of print chart cuase I wasn't able to find a photo of it on line either Vonna. I scanned the picture on the front of the chart. It looks like the chart is all back, white and grey but, there are a lot of other lighter colors in the empty area next to her.

I've been working on my PIF allweekend so no progress pictures to share. My mind has been going crazy trying to figure out how to finish this. I'm thinking of doing a pin keep. Does anyone know where I can get the pins with the nice large heads to use if I decide to make this into a pink keep?

I hope everyone has a nice week.

12 comments:

Annemarie said...

That is one mighty impressive project, Jenn!
Good luck with your pinkeep!

Dawn said...

That will be beautiful when done!!

I get some of my pins from wal mart.

Lady Val said...

HAED had to recently retire the chart, so that's why you couldn't find it.

Michelle said...

She's gorgeous! You will just love stitching on her.

Vonna said...

Whoa...I love Scotland!! It will be gorgeous when finished :)

I get my pins from walmart like Dawn, but have you seen the ebay seller that sells them in bulk. Very cheap too, for the quantity you get and in all colors! E-mail me and I'll get you the seller ID etc.

Karen said...

Wow! I love it. It's going to be gorgeous when it's finished!

Stitchingnow said...

Any craft store or Wal_mart should carry the pins. Look in the sewing department though. Not in the stitching stuff. Love that Scotland as it looks like a chalk drwaing

Mary said...

Scotland is going to be really cool to stitch.
I found some really nice pins at AC Moore. They had the usual colors but there were also some pearlish looking ones too.
Happy Monday!

Carol said...

I buy my pins at Joanne's - can get them at WalMart too.

Cheryl said...

Wow, that is beautiful. Good luck with it. I wonder why it's called Scotland? Can't wait to watch your progress on this one

Carla said...

Scotland will be so pretty when she's finished :)

Pumpkin said...

Wow, she's lovely Jenn! Thankfully I have no desire to stitch a HAED. You've got one huge project ahead of you, especially over one :o)

I get my pins at Wal Mart but I have seen them at Jo-Ann's fabrics.