I'm not sure what happened to February and March! I was going to be more regular about posting and Poof! I don't post for two months. Oh, well... I'm back!
Despite not posting, I have been doing stuff. This post is my TAST catch up. Lots of pictures fo… more »
The TAST stitch this week is sheaf stitch. It's an easy stitch. Somewhere in the back of my mind, I think, maybe, I see some good ideas for this one, but since the next two weeks will be kitchen remodel turmoil, I didn't come up with much.That's not to… more »
Pekinese stitch hasbeen one of my favorite stitches since I "discovered" embroidery in 2009. I knew only one way to do it, though, so I was delighted to see all the variations on this weeks TAST post on PinTangle
This week was Algerian eye stitch. I didn't do as much as I might have since I was caught up ion Olympic games and although I intend to stitch and watch, I just watch most of the time.Thi si an interesting stitch and I have some more ideas of how t0 use… more »
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