Sunday, October 22, 2017

Cow Cuteness!

Good morning friends!
Isn't this the cutest!?!
My daughter stitched up this cow from Prairie Schooler's Barnyard Christmas ,,and I finished 
 it up into a tart pan.. She found the tart pans on Amazon.. We cut a piece of sticky board into a round shape.. I added batting on top of that and then stuffing on top of the batting. I then added the stitched piece and hot glued it around the back ..
I ruffled a strip of torn red homespun and added that to the back so a little would peek out around the edge of the tart pan. I added some sprigs of greenery ..a bow from the homepun and a buffalo check covered button.. It is adorable and now I have to stitch all those animals!

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Janice Kramer said...

Oh that's so cute! I really don't need another start but you may have influenced me to order :)

Susanne Tyree said...

I think that counted cross cow is simply darling. It has been ages since I have done any counted cross myself, but if anything were to put me in the mood it would be that. Those PS patterns are always simple and fun. I have several leaflets. I love how you finished it off in the little pie tin, and thank you for the info. I love it!

Arlene Grimm said...

Love it Priscilla. I have this one stitched and ready to finish. The tart pan is a great idea..

Vickie said...

Oh this is just adorable and perfect!

Barb said...

I agree, very cute plus what a great finish!

Kathleen George said...

The ornament will be cute addition to a country/farm Christmas tree.
Kathleen in Az

Laura said...

So nice to see your work you work so fast .You must have good eyes

shirley flavell said...

Love it.

SuperMomNoCape said...

That is really cute! And I love how you turned it into an ornament using a tart tin.

DianeM said...

This is one of my favorite finishes <3 I can't wait to see the other animals stitched up & finished. How pretty these will all look on a Christmas tree! I already own this chart & I'm definitely going to be stitching me up some tart pans too. I just took a class on punch needle & thought I could make some little ornaments using that technique & tart pans too <3 Thanks to you & Chelsea for the AWESOME inspiration. I will share photos with you if I ever get them finished :p I've completed the 'big' portion of Sunflower Manor - it's GORGEOUS! - and I've got to start on the Autumn chart this weekend.
Smiles, DianeM
P.S. - Thanks for sharing all your beautiful photos! I know it takes alot of time to create all these posts for us to enjoy :)