Monday, October 31, 2011

Happy Halloween..Black pineapple tabletopper





I mentioned on one of my last posts about a pattern I was trying..out of THE BIG BOOK OF DOILIES. This pattern is called forever and always..last one in the book. Anyway..I made this one because I saw the upside down pineapples. I have never seen them or made them, so it caught my eye. Now when seeing this all finished up it is awesome. The center starts with a sun, then the pineapples join to make a star..Took 4 balls of Cebelia thread (280 yds) in a ball. I am not real thrilled about the edge of it though. I may make some changes if I make it again. But I like it. I am listing it in my etsy store, and we will see if anyone else likes it. Or if it is just me. On the homefront..things are the same, which is good. I have a bowl of kitkats, reese's cups, almond joys, whoppers, and hershey bars for my trick or treaters..My favorite candies..just in case they don't show up....or I forget to turn on the light..

9 comments:

Debi Y. said...

Another beautiful creation. Love it. :)

Just a struggling person. said...

So very pretty !
So much talent !

Mindy said...

Very nice!! I love the pattern, and it looks really elegant in black.

With a bowl like that...I'd 'forget' to turn on the light, too! ;-)

Cherise said...

Hi Vicki.. wow how beautiful! Thanks so much for stopping by my blog and reading. This piece you've created is magnificent!

Victoria said...

Hi! Thanks for commenting over on my blog. This is my first visit to yours and I have to say your doilies are amazing. I am in awe that you could make a doily so big!!!

Heather - The Good Life said...

Your table topper is very pretty. Hope you have some of your favorite candy left over from last night. :-)

Hookin It With Mr. Lick Lick said...

Girl...how you crank those things out is beyond me!! And this one is so pretty! I love the sun in the middle of it and the upside down pineapples make it.......

Finding Charm said...

That pattern is cool.

Lostinblue said...

That looks totally stunning in the black, I love it!

:)