lunedì, ottobre 31, 2005

Happy Halloween!

First of all, Ulla, thank you for your posts but I couldn't find your blog. Have you got one?

I was busy during the past days. I decided to look after the house and I started to organize my recipes. I have a lot of them and I'm writing them again on cute recipe cards. I have to chose a cake to prepare for our friends. They're organizing a dinner for next Saturday and I want to try out a new cake.

During the weekend I had not time to stitch. We went to the cinema on Saturday and yesterday we went to S.Antimo and Montalcino. In S.Antimo there is a beautiful abbey, Montalcino is famous for the red wine, Brunello of Montalcino. Lore and I went to Montalcino during the spring but we came back with our friends because there was a festival in the town.
We really enjoyed our day but we were pretty tired when we came back home...

Tuscany's country

The abbey of S.Antimo


Tonight will be Halloween and my witches are not ready. I think I bored you with these witches. I've been talking about them since I started stitching and I've not finished the pattern yet...I'm sorry but I only stitched this pattern because I hoped to have it ready tonight. Well, I'm going to finish it this evening...

4 commenti:

Ulla ha detto...

Hello Bea

My blog is

The kit is on it's way to me.I hope I have it in the end of the week.So so happy.

Your Halloween is lovely.Go on.
So happy you are on the road again.
I have holidays this week and this afternoon I taarted to do a witch in cross-stitch.I'm going to do it as Christmas present to a SS who loves Raggedy Anni and witches.Found a free pattern on a french site.
Ulla in the north of Sweden

Carol ha detto...

Gorgeous photos!!

Not to worry, your witches will be just perfect for next year :-)

AnneS ha detto...

Doesn't matter you didn't get your Halloween piece finished ... it will just be ready well before time for next Halloween! :) Your photos are gorgeous - the architecture and scenery in Europe never fails to make me sigh in awe! Your blog is great to read too :)

Danielle ha detto...

You are nearly finished with your witches!! I didn't get so far with mine. Now I am ready to work on some other stitching, so I will put them away until later! Thanks for posting photos!! It looks so lovely there!