I pulled this out of the neglected unfinished project pile this week and put a few stitches in it. As much as I love this piece, it is difficult to make progress on when my stitching time has been limited and in short bursts lately. Someday it will be a beautiful and amazing finish, but […]
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I’m stitching on 28 count evenweave from Silkweaver Expressions (this is an “old Silkweaver” and the color is no longer available but I think the closest match would be called Precious Metals) and I’m using DMC variegated thread (#115 garnet) instead of the usual sampler silks. View this post on Instagram Finished a motif and […]
The text is the poem by Emma Lazarus that is displayed at The Statue of Liberty.
A little criss cross, that’s all it takes. It might sound simple, but I’ve found cross stitch to be so much more than just thread, fabric and a needle. Having listened to stitchers from all over the world, of all levels of experience, together with relevant medical professionals, I’m going to explain exactly why you […]
$3.00 Full pattern is 80 x 80 stitches in size and designed to fit inside a 6-inch hoop when stitched on 14 count aida or 28 count evenweave fabric. Choose any colors you’d like from your existing supply stash. Dress it up in red and green for the holidays or choose colors to match your […]
Ship’s Manor Through the Window SAL is 12 parts plus a border. A unique view “through the window” with a monthly pattern section released. The stitch count for this one is 148 × 191. The pattern for this stitch-a-long is $14 and available at http://www.shipsmanor.com/through-the-window-sal/, where you can also purchase the beautiful hand dyed fabric […]
Jan shared this photo of her finished butterflies in the Stitching the Night Away Facebook group recently. She stitched them up as gifts for a weekend family gathering and everyone got to pick one to take home with them! How awesome is that? Each one is different and has it’s own little bit of personality.