Monday, September 8, 2014

Super Moon, Super WIPocalypse

Finally I was able to see the super moon. Last 2 months I had no luck, it rained and I could see nothing. Tonight is perfectly clear sky. I went to the lake, on the east the moon was rising and on the west the sun was setting. I even spotted a beaver!

 rising moon

 Frosty Girl and rising moon

 fireweed in moonlight

 sunset
beaver working night shift

Here is my progress on Spooky Welcome:


And, as promised earlier (or maybe the promise I made on Linda's blog) last Saturday I pulled out neglected Halloween House and stitched in Debbie's memory. Long time ago we started this as a SAL.... this is where I left it off:

 and now (I stitched some of the border)


During my typing it got dark outside and the moon shines beautifully

 
 So long my friends,
Evalina

16 comments:

  1. Wonderful moon and photos, great stitching.
    Enjoy your day .

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  2. Love your moon photos and I have finished my first project for the Pass it On Art Challenge - if you want to have a look (as it is NOT the piece that will be heading your way) come on over - http://pempispalace.blogspot.co.uk/2014/09/monday-made-it.html

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  3. Beautiful pictures and wonderful progress on your two pieces.

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  4. I am no fan of Halloween,, but these pieces look great! And so the moon!

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  5. The lake and sail boats are a lovely backdrop for the super moon.

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  6. Both pieces look great Evalina. Looks like your almost done with Halloween House. Love the pics of the moon.

    Linda

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  7. Such great pictures of the moon and of your surroundings. And such great progress on both your Halloween pictures.

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  8. Super stitching and beautiful moon shots especially the one with Frosty Girl!

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  9. Merçi de partager avec nous les belles foto's belle avancé des broderies bonne journée Marie-Claire

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  10. I love your Spooky Welcome pieces, I'm a big fan of silhouette designs.
    I think it's a lovely idea to stitch a piece for Debbie's memory too. I have signed up for the January Challenge thing for the first time for this reason!

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  11. What wonderful photos - and I'm so glad you got to enjoy the full moon! Love the Halloween pieces you're working on.

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  12. Beautiful sunset photos and lovely stitching!

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  13. Beautiful stitching and wonderful photos. We were able to enjoy the almost full moon last weekend during DD's outdoor wedding.

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  14. Gorgeous stitching and that is a beautiful moon

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