Sunday, February 22, 2009

~*My Favorite Kitten*~Pinkeep

~*My Favorite Kitten*~Pinkeep
c. primitivebettys/Betty Dekat 2008
I bought the pattern at my LNS, House of Stitches

I seem to have that sniffle, throat, achey bug which has been tagged by my family
I was keeping my fingers crossed that I'd remain un-bugged.

I pulled out this charming Kitten Pinkeep pattern & an unknown 32-count linen piece from my stash.
I used DMC floss (3721, 3021, 926, 221, 422, 413, 3051)
I made one small change in the design. I changed the cross to a heart
-- I now realize my linen is 32 ct & the kitten outline is for 30 ct linen
I may have to adjust a bit before I cut out the linen and fabric (for the back)
I found an old piece of woven red fabric -- maybe a wool blend -- which I'd like to use, but not sure if it is large enough. I may have to use one of my cotton fabrics

Before I'm asked ... I bought the Thread Rings at Hobby Lobby. They were in the bead aisle, 2/card, marked down 50%
I really like the color & they are easy to use
I found some mother of pearl rings at Michael's, too -- about 5-6 rings to a card. Didn't buy them, but nice to know they are available

In addition to the primitivebetttys Kitten Pinkeep, I have the primitivebettys Spring Tyme pattern in my stash

I may have enough linen left over to make the scissor fob, from the freebies section!

Be well -- Stitch Well!!!


TattingChic said...

Your kitten pinkeep is looking so cute so far! What a sweet thing. Hope you get feeling better!

Ranae said...

Cute!! I like what you did with the heart. I must buy this pattern, I have been eyeing it, lol
Hope you get feeling better, drink lots of juice with vitamn C

Kim B said...

What a sweet little pattern! I can't wait to see this one finished up :)

stitcherw said...

Your kitten pinkeep is looking so cute, that patten is such fun.

Anonymous said...

Your kitten pinkeep it going to be adorable. I love the fabric you chose and can't wait to see the backing fabric.

Sorry you don't feel well. I hope the bug passes you by. I was not so lucky and it has not been any fun this year. Here is hoping for the best. Take care!

Suzanne said...

I fell in love with this Kitty as soon as I saw him.

Hope you and your family get better soon.

Karol said...

Your kitty pinkeep looks great. Sorry to hear that you have been under the weather hope you are feeling better soon. Thanks for the great comments!

Anonymous said...

I like the Kitten very much, it looks great.
Grüße Eva

karenv said...

Cute kitten! It's turning out lovely so far.

Brigitte said...

Oh, you are stitching it, too. I love this kitten Pinkeep and yours turned out great. Looking forward to seeing it finished.

Pat Winter said...

I love the primitive kits. This is such a cute pattern.
I hope you feel better soon. I came down with the same thing Friday afternoon and it is still hanging on although I did feel better yesterday.
Counting the days until Spring....

Siobhan said...

Thanks for commenting on my blog! :) I love your kitten pinkeep. I want to stitch up a basketful of them. Hope you're feeling better soon!

Milly~ said...

Cute finish Lelia. Hope you start to feel better soon.

Linen Stitcher said...

Love that kitten pattern! So sweet!!

Sorry to hear you're feeling under the weather. Feel better soon!!

mainely stitching said...

As I mouth-breathe while typing this, unable to breathe through my nose for about a week now, I wish you a speedy recovery from ... whatever this miserable bug is that seems to be roaming the entire planet. Take care.

Love the kitty!!

Sally said...

That is so cute! Looking forward to seeing it finished up.

Hope you feel better soon.

Annemarie said...

This is such a lovely design, I can see why it's so popular! The unfinished kitty looks intriguing :o)
Hope the bugs flee very quickly.

Tammy said...

The kitty is absolutely adorable! I love that design.

Solstitches said...

This is such a cute design.
I have this kitten made up - I went a little overboard with the walnut crystals to give it that prim look and now it looks a bit rough!
Yours is looking lovely :)



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