|24. November 22, 2014|
These little cuties (about 2.5 x .75) are from Homespun Elegance Santas a Plenty II. They're stitched on 32ct Steel Gray 2 over 2 with mostly recommended fibers. A really fun stitch! These will be counted as numbers 18-23. November 15, 2014.
Blackbird Designs design, Spell of the Moon. Started at PALS -- stitched on 35ct Lambswool with recommended fibers. Here's the before and after of walnut stain.
|17. November 3, 2014|
Le'Poulet by Blackbird Designs. Stitched on 32 ct linen with mostly recommended fibers. Started at PALS - Stitching at the Beach.
|16. October 26, 2014|
Turkey Sausage by Plum Street Samplers. Stitched on 36 ct Natural Linen with mostly called for fibers.
|15. October, 2014|
Winter Wienerland by Plum Street Samplers. Stitched on 36 ct Natural Linen with mostly called for fibers.
|14. September, 2014|
Halloween Delivery by Plum Street Samplers
36 Count, Dark Bunny linen from Hand-Dyed Fibers
See the 'partner' Ghoul Tidings, here.
|13. September 6, 2014|
Old Owl by Primitive Acorns
|12. August 15, 2014|
One Flag by Hands to Work
|11. July 11, 2014|
Civil War Needlebook designed by Nan Lewis. Great kit!
|10. June 21, 2014|
In Full Glory, by Blackbird Designs. 32ct Stone Gray with silk fibers.
|9. June 14, 2014|
The patriotic bug has bitten! Here's Betsy, designed by Sheepish Design. It's on 36ct using suggested DMC.
|8. May 31, 2014|
Stitched Plum Street Samplers, Count Twice, Stitch Once as a reminder! It's on 40 ct Lambswool.
|7. April 2014|
This is a design from the Primitive Hare, finished on 40 ct stash.
Forever Young (partial) by Heartsting Samplery
40ct Lakeside Navy Bean
|5. 3/10 - 29/2014|
Be Ye Kind by Hands to Work
|2. 2/17- 21/2014|
February Flip It (2001) by Lizzie*Kate. Since my fabric – linen sample stash – was smaller count, I replaced the charm with a stitched heart, and the recommended DMC.
Eliza Scattergood by Plum Street Samplers is finished. She is stitched on 36ct Exemplar using the recommended NPI silks. I did make a little change to the verse. The original:
"Eliza Scattergood, her work 1839. When I survey this work of mine, I'm filled with joy and dread.
May Christ my life with his entwine before my days' last thread."
|1. 1/1 - 2/15/2014|