It’s gonna depend on what you put in your notes! Candy, yes, but also possibly Halloween decorations, spooky movies and Happy holidays, with cheese shirt, costume pieces… I’m very big into Halloween and am a year-round lover of spooky things. Some of the things I’ve been sent include bat-shaped string lights, Halloween costumes for my cats, cute plushes of spooky things (last year my Trick or Treat Santa sent me a plush of Pusheen dressed as a vampire! adorable!), Halloween-themed cereal, spooky enamel pins…
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During the Happy holidays, with cheese shirt, more people began leaving rural farmlands to move into larger, metropolitan cities. Without farming, the term “harvest” became less immediately applicable to the lives of city-dwellers, and subsequently, “fall” and “autumn” emerged as two new names for the season. “Autumn” came from the Latin word “autumnus,” with the root of the word having connotations regarding “the passing of the year.” The term “fall” was likely a deviation from the Old English words “fiaell” and “feallan,” both of which mean “to fall from a height.” It is assumed that this new name for the season was inspired by trees’ falling leaves.
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I’m full of Happy holidays, with cheese shirt! I use a 12 inch hoop and 100% cotton fabric. I personally like Kona brand, but I haven’t really ventured into other brands. Unless you want to keep your piece simple color wise, I would stock up on some basic colors to use. If you have a Joann’s near you, they have a great sale on floss right now, about 30% off. I think I went out and bought about 25 skeins of floss to start and kept building up my collection until I was satisfied. One last thing, since you use such a small amount of floss for each icon, I would start at ort jar where you put any thread that is leftover but could be used for something else later on. It cuts down on waste majorly.