Monday, October 14, 2013

'The Night Shift' Punchneedle Design...

Three Frosty snowmen 'out and about'
on a snowy night...

I used Valdani Perle Cotton in #M91, (Black Night),  
for the night sky on this Punchneedle Design.

I love the movement and texture it gives 
to the background with no extra effort on my part.

No changing colors or figuring out shading.
Just thread your punch needle and punch away...
the texture and shading just happens !
(This is one of the many reasons I love Valdani threads !)

The Night Shift Punchneedle Pattern - Design size 9.5in. x 6in.
(24.13cm x 15.24cm)

I used Valdani Perle Cotton in #M49 (Subtle Elegance),
for the snowmen bodies.  
It offered beautiful subtle shading in creamy white,
that was perfect for creating 
that "round effect" for the bodies.

These frosty fellows are available in my Studio now,
just in time to punch for the upcoming snowy days.

Filled with personality and warm hearts. ;)

Enjoy this beautiful day...


  1. Perfect! Love these happy little guys!

  2. Those guys are filled with personality. The guy on the end looks like he's flashing the peace sign :)

  3. What a creative name you gave the design as well as the name.


  4. It turned out beautiful. I do like the darker background. Makes me almost wish for snow - almost, but not quite:)

  5. I think this is my favorite ... Love the snowmen!

  6. This is so fun and beautifully done, Rose! LOVE your pattern. The sky is PERFECT!!

    Hugs, Linda

  7. This is simply lovely! I love your shading...great for that starry sky..won't be long now..hugs, Julierose

  8. You can almost feel the cold winter night with those swirls .... really neat!

  9. Is this the one you tore out the background on. It turned out beautifully.

  10. Hello. I discovered your lovely blog from The Middle Sister blog. Lovely punch needle work.. I loved seeing all your creation and wools on your Porch Walk... Thanks for the pumpkin Pattern.. Hugs Judy

  11. I so enjoy seeing your handy do such a beautiful job. I'm curious how long this project took you to complete? Can particular project this be done by a beginner level punch crafter?

  12. Hi Teresa...
    "The Night Shift" took me about a week and a half to complete, but only because I had to tear out the background and make a change.
    Usually a week will complete a Punch Needle project of this size.
    Punch Needle is fun and very easy to learn. I encourage you to give it a try. ;)

  13. That is one great looking "Night Shift" beautifully done!

  14. Rose, your smiley little snowmen made me smile too, but then again all of your wonderful designs do! I love the swirly background...I can just feel that crisp, chilly winter air! xo :D


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