Tag Archives: crossstitch
Humming along thinking she’d be ready for presentation at our guild Zoom, we ran into a wall of French knots. How could I have forgotten about a hundred French knots? Well, we pushed through only to miss our meeting, but … Continue reading
Look at those colors under a full spectrum bulb. This is probably the most accurate SAL photo-colorwise that I’ve taken. Today’s post is brought to you by lightbulbs. It has been an odd month here with many lightbulbs (CFLs) dying … Continue reading
I actually finished this in August with time to spare. Unfortunately, not with time and weather for photos. Unbelievable that there are only 4 months to go.
Beautiful Texture in this piece. The color is really somewhere between these two images. The July portion of my Modern Fine Embroidery SAL is done. I finished it on the 25th, six whole days. Before the new installment comes out. … Continue reading
If the rabbit hole of other projects doesn’t draw me in this may finally be on schedule. At least it could be. This was a lovely way to fill my waiting time and to stitch in public earlier this month. … Continue reading
The mail this week brought the supplies for the #modernfolkembroiderysal2018. Can’t wait to get stitching. Having mentioned the Modern Folk Embroidery 2018 SAL, I also want to mention two other SAL’s. They are 2017 and 2018 SALs (both free) by … Continue reading
Mystery Sampler folded and basted with the removed threads and waiting for hemstitching, which has since been completed. I most enjoyed the variety of stitches used in this sampler. Frequently samplers are mostly alphabets with lovely stitched ornamentation, which discourages … Continue reading