One project finished

Where's his cat?

I started this small project before I began work on the lighthouses. Since then, I’ve only worked on this when we traveled. It’s been a great one to work on in the car. This past craft night, we had a full house so instead of cramping everyone else’s style with my large frame for the lighthouses I finished this for Stephen. Do you think he’ll be surprised?

Schrödinger’s pattern came from Greta at Larripin Labs.

11 thoughts on “One project finished

  1. NOT ANY MORE!

    That looks super sweet. I can’t wait to hang it and have everyone look at it admiringly and say, “By the way, who’s Schroedinger?”

  2. Oh, that is soooo way cool, Misty!! You’re a lucky man, Stephen!

    Had to laugh at your comment, Stephen. I’ve got several Schroedinger & Tesla LOLCats posted on the bulletin board outside my office at work, amongst the pithy accounting ‘toons. They do a good job of breaking the ice when the science & engineering staff venture down into admin-land… we support staff are from another planet, you know! 😉

  3. You changed the color!!! Just went over to Larripin. Did she offer alternate color schemes or did you wing it? Gotta get me that and, maybe, a Planck (a number of our guys have Planck grants). Hmmmm… since I have PCStitchPro, maybe I can scan in a Hubble…. hmmmmm. Oh, there I go again. Is this like wanting all the Wentzler patterns, even though you know you’ll never do them all????

  4. Lisa: Yes, I changed the color. I eyeballed it since there’s only about six colors. Stephen didn’t like the sepia so I modified it to black and almost white. It makes him look very formal in his tux, I think.

    If you have PCStitchPro you can make pretty much anything you want by scanning it in.

  5. You should post this one to the Craft Flickr group!!! They’ll love it! Could I link it on my blog too? People NEED to see this awesomeness.

  6. I love it! I want the Feynman one. I read so much of his stuff in High School/College. Love his autobiographies. They’re hilarious. 🙂

  7. Greatness! and thanks for the link back to the patterns… I found your blog about 3 weeks ago, and I’ve worked my way through it now. Glad to know more about the Granades.

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