Monthly Archives: February 2011
This is the only crossstitch design I’ve worked that Andy has really been more than politely interested in. I haven’t worked on this in quite some time, though I feel my fingers itching. Below are two pictures. The first is … Continue reading
It looks like it’s been a while since I did an update on this. I’ve made some progress and you might be able to get an idea of how big this project is going to be. The letterboxes on the … Continue reading
This is my first homemade wallet. The flap is a bit lopsided due to the finishing technique used. I think I need a little more practice with the pattern before I’ll get it quite right. The yarn is what I’m … Continue reading
I finished stitching the columbine on the SF bellpull that Grandma and I did as a round robin. I stitched the columbine, forget-me-nots and the california poppies. Grandma did the dogwood and the roses. I’m very pleased with how this … Continue reading
This is the last of the flowers for the bellpull Grandma and I did as a round robin. It’s a little strange to be working on it today as it is such a perfect wintery day, but It makes me … Continue reading
I finally finished Blueberry’s sampler except for the biographical info, which will just have to wait until after Blueberry is born. 🙂 I apologize for the long delay in posting this, I couldn’t find the cord that connects the camera … Continue reading
I finished Winter in the Square and have included a picture of what both Grandma and I have stitched on her bellpull. I can’t wait to see it all finished.