Friday, 27 October 2017

Friday Revision Homework - Stitches 36 - 40

This Friday I am handing in a revision homework for the last five Sunday Stitch School's stitches.

Sunbonnet Sue was once a little girl who went to the woods picking mushrooms to cook soup for her grandmother who was ill in bed.

Sue remembered the bedtime fairy tales her mother had read her and knew better than to put on her red riding hood.
Instead she put on a blue bonnet, and the Big Bad Woolf was cheated out of his 'dinner'.
Clever Sue!



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  1. Clever Sue, indeed! And what a lovely picture of her!

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    1. Thank you! Yes, Sue outwitted the Big Bad Woolf.

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  2. So cute! You are very creative to think of the pictures AND the story.

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    1. Thanks! It was fun to re-write this famous tale.

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  3. Carin, your little stitched sunbonnet is really cute and her grandmother will be happy to cook some mushrooms for her soup:)
    Harvest time is a good time !!

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    1. I just hope Sue is not picking anything poisonous!

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  4. Sue looks very smart in her clothes. A beautiful way to display the stitches and trick the wolf.

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    1. This time it was easy to use the stitches to fill in her patterned clothes.

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  5. Another pretty Sue for your collection!

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    1. This time it was easy to use the five stitches for her clothing.

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  6. Beautiful embroidery and fun story!
    Sue is very thoughtful.
    Thanks Queenie.

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  7. Beautiful stitching, my friend! I love Sunbonnet Sue!!!!!

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    1. Sue is one of the best themes to play with, both for quilting and embroidery. You know she is like a paper doll, that you can dress in anything you make.

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  8. Beautiful stitching! I love seeing your lovely designs!
    Barbara x

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    1. Thanks, Barbara. This one was fun to make.

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    1. Thank you. Let's get the 'too sweet' image off Sue. She is a smart cookie!

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