Saturday, July 9, 2011

We Have Heads...

And if I may so myself, I think they look fab.

My Rendition

And, don't get me wrong, I adore the original but it just wasn't what I had in mind for this WIP...

The Original

I gave them a bit of hair...

And switched around the stitches on their bonnets.....

And in the end I think that they look just how I imagined they should.

And with that I am off to stitch the weekend away.

Have a wonderful weekend, dear friend.



  1. Oh they look wonderful and I love that you gave them hair. Noiiiice! :D

  2. hey don't know if Blogger went through but I love your progress and your rendition! Very cute!!


  3. They turned out so cute! I'm impressed you made that change to the design. I'm not confident to change the stitching on a design I'm stitching. I don't have that kind of imagination I guess you could say.

    Very pretty! Enjoy your weekend!

    Jen in Miami :)

  4. so, you're ahead of the game? It looks good too.
    Man do I wish you were here and that the FRB of H'sL was somewhere else.

  5. I love, love, love your changes and think it will be a GLORIOUS finish :)

  6. yeahhhh they look fab :) love the little bits of hair ... love mouse xxxx

  7. Your little "ammendments" are just perfect...too cute...I have always liked this pattern!!! Hope your day has been filled with stitching bliss~~~ Take care my friend, Faye

  8. Your changes look wonderful! Very cute!

  9. Lovely work! What a cute pattern.

  10. Love your changes. It looks gorgeous.

  11. Looks great! i always figure it is my project and I shall change whatever I please! LOL!

  12. They look great--nice changes!

  13. You did a great job switching things around! It turned out really nicely.

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