Sunday, November 11, 2012

Primitive Big Old Crow Make Do

Hello my blogging friends! Hope you are having a wonderful Sunday! A bit rainy here today after having a beautiful sunny warm 73º day yesterday. Temps are dropping fast as it will only be in the 30's tomorrow for a high. Tonight a low of 23º and a chance of light snow! NOOOOOOOO! I'm not ready. I miss summer already. hehe

So I finished up another one of my big crow make do's and will have a pattern for him as well! This crow will be for sale in My Etsy Shop tonight along with a pattern. The pattern will also be for sale later tonight on PatternMart. This big crow stands at 15" tall by 17" wide when finished.


That's it for my news for today! I need to get back to finishing up the pattern for this guy. 
Happy Sunday!

Happy Veterans Day! Let us honor those who fought for our lives!

5 comments:

Primitive Stars said...

Hello, we have lots of snow as of last night.......Love the crow, great job......Blessings Francine.

My Primitive Creations by Tonya said...

Love the Crow...
We had a beautiful day here in central Ohio...I hate the thought that winter is just waiting to cover the ground with snow & shivery cold!

Blessing
Tonya

Farm Girl said...

I loved that crow so much that this morning first thing I bought the pattern from Pattern mart. :) I have bought some other patterns and I just wanted to say what lovely directions you have and it is very nice. I can't wait to make it. I am thinking though of trying it in Red velvet for winter. :)
It will be a crow after that. Thank you I can't wait to make it.

rockriverstitches said...

Kim, Thank you for being my first customer today, buying my crow pattern! And Thanks on the compliment of my directions! Sometime I wonder if people understand what I am saying. LOL Please post on your blog if you make a red velvet crow! That sounds so cool for Christmas!!

Tammy

Robin at The Primitive Hutch said...

Oh my gosh Tammy ~ I love your crow!!! I'll have to go check it out on patternmart. I just had a friend of mine ask me about making a crow ~ your the best!
Prim Blessings
Robin