If you knit or crochet a group called 600 Monsters Strong for Connecticut has formed through Ravelry to produce soft cuddly monster toys to send to each child of the Sandy Hook Elementary School in the Spring. [Read more…]
I’m very glad to be featuring Kelly’s profile here today. You’ve likely seen my talking about ordering fabric from her Etsy shop a time or two and she has been active part of our STNA Facebook community for awhile now.You’ll find Kelly in lots of fun and creative places around the web…
Now let’s get into the stitchy Q&A [Read more…]
I’m so happy to be featuring all these new contributors and learning more about their stitching habits, their favorite projects, and their interests overall. Today we’re getting to know Shaunterria.Shaunterria is active member of our blog hops and you’ll also find her hanging out in all your favorite places online…
Her blog: ca11i0pe.blogspot.com
Let’s go ahead and start the stitchy interview and get to know Shaunterria… [Read more…]
After reading years of books, magazines, and web content about stitchers and their stitching, I have noticed one prominent theme. We typically stitch alone.
Are we all loners? Not at all! I don’t think so. There are many who like to stitch with friends, as a group, maybe even belong to a guild. But most of my reading indicates that we all like a QSnap/Lapstand/Floorstand, a comfy chair, and DVDs playing in the background while we pluck away at our projects.
I was re-reading all the Blog Hops of late, and I found them very revealing. It seemed as though almost everyone who contributed was a solo stitcher. Personally, my reason is somewhat of an escape – the one part of the days or weeks of chaos that I can take just for myself. What is your reason?
Time to meet another new contributing author here at Stitching the Night. You might recognize Karen from a few other posts here about her designs and tutorials that she has done over at CampCrossStitch.com, she even sponsored one of our freebies not too long ago.You can find Karen and her work over at Camp Cross Stitch
and also on Facebook: facebook.com/pages/Camp-Cross-Stitch/154017001376907
Let’s jump right into the stitchy goodness with Karen…
What’s your favorite type of cross stitch project to work on? [Read more…]
When we took down the old Stitching the Night Away we moved over to a Facebook community because it seemed like an easy spam-free solution for the group. And it was working out fabulously until very recently when Facebook made some huge changes on how pages you’ve liked are delivered to your newsfeed. [Read more…]