Tuesday, January 27, 2015

A Last Bit about New Orleans!!

Well, I know I need to talk about something else, but I have one other little bit of fun to show about New Orleans!
On my last post, you saw the adorable yellow-wrapped chart package from The Quarter Stitch.  I also visited the Needlework Vault near Magazine Street.

These are the New Orleans/Mardi Gras charts I purchased!

I do have one very small finish that I stitched in the car and a little bit in the hotel.  It's a little freebie from Talons Aiguilles and located here.   I only stitched the little mask and not the whole chart.  I must get this one finished up quickly so I can enjoy it this year!

As part of the Grow Your Blog Party, I've been enjoying visits from other bloggers, and visiting their blogs, too!  This has been so much fun!  Don't forget to comment here to be entered in my mystery cross stitch giveaway!  *It's a mystery because I don't know what I'm giving away yet--but it'll be fun!

Since I haven't mentioned my sweet kitty, Dolce, lately I'm going to close with a cute photo of her!

Thank you for stopping by--please come back soon!


Annette-California said...

Oh that's what I called and ordered today -LOL! I love the new Orleans Jazz Funeral chart! Both my parents went there waaay back and such a great time. Love your other charts too. The crown is amazing!!
Beautiful mask you stitched. For what ever reason I am into Mardi Gras this year. Don't have a single ornament yet but I will:)
Thank you for sharing. love Annette

Caitlin D said...

Great new charts! Love the mask you stitched too. The Mardi Gras colors are some of my favorite.
Dolce is such a cute kitty! Almost makes me wish I wasn't so allergic to them.

Carol said...

You'll have fun with those new charts, Frances--I never knew there were so many Mardi Gras themed designs! Love your sweet kitty--such a precious little face :)

Honeybee said...

Dolce is so beautiful... but then I'm partial to long-haired calicos! :O)

Andrea said...

Looks like a bigger tree for all of your Mardi Gras ornaments. Dolce is just so adorable, so sweet and so pretty.