A swing and a miss!




You start with a reasonably cute squirrel, see? And then...




... you carefully select your floss colours according to your source photo...


And then you...

Oh dear.

And then you pick it out. (!)

Kit 120

Kit Lang

13 comments:

  1. bwahahahahaaaaa :)Scarey not so Secret Squirrel

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  2. aww, a little vampire squirrel! heh. you'll get it next time. good luck!

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  3. Maybe you could just outline the squirrel with embroidery and leave the inside shading as is?

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  4. Oh no...I hate that part of the process!

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  5. Poor chap looks like he got into some plant fertilizer...shears please!!!

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  6. I think he was okay except for his tail....it needs to be fuller/furrier maybe?...and hang the other way?

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  7. Hahaha! I actually like him. I guess he doesn't go very well with the quilt though. Better luck next time! I'm on round 5 of designing and making a quilt block. No unpicking just doing it again and again and again - *deep sigh*.

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  8. awww...do it again!

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  9. I'm giggling - can't get past the teeth.

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  10. Boy, talk about a bad hair day for poor squirrel! And those teeth! Thanks for the hahaha!

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  11. Perhaps if you used fewer strands on the needle. Also, pretend your petting/smoothing his fur. so funny!!

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  12. Oh dear! It's a good thing we have a good sense of humour about these sorts of things...maybe your squirrel is a mash-up type...zombie squirrel takes on TO, lol! Aw...well all your work is so wonderful. Your squirrel will get there too.

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  13. Was saying just last night that I hope to see a squirrel while I an in the US. I am not sure I'd be keen to meet that particular squirrel on a dark night, crossing the park.

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