$2.00 The model was stitched on 28 count opalescent Lugana fabric, a ‘solo’ piece from Silkweaver Fabrics. Finished block is 41 x 41 stitches in size. While I do include a floss key for the colors I used to stitch the piece, I do encourage you to choose your own colors to match your holiday […]
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update: fully finished object! I picked up a silver frame while we were holiday shopping and finally did something with the Peace Tree so it could be displayed for the holidays. I finished Peace Tree by M-Designs the other night during the lunar eclipse. (It was amazing to watch, by the way!) I accidentally deleted […]
Stitching Ink Circles design Cirque des Triangles on 28-count opalescent Lugana hand-dyed fabric from the Ship’s Manor Little Orphan Fabrics collection with DMC# 0029 I’ve only just started and I’m already in love with this project. I absolutely see how people find this series addictive, because I already want all of the other ones. Thanks […]
If you’d like to join this free two year stitch-a-long project, you’ll find all of the information and pattern downloads at http://www.conniegeedesigns.com/2018-2019-sal.html Stitching mine on on 28 count hand-dyed Orange Spice evenweave from Stitchnmomma… View this post on Instagram project is Connie Gee Design's Backstitch SAL (@conniegeeb) Fabric is 28 count evenweave Orange Spice from […]
This ornament was inspired by a combination of classic quilt designs and Celtic knot motifs. The way the blocks are laid out, you can finish it as a traditional ornament or as a biscornu if you prefer. $2.00 Pattern size is 51 x 51 stitches. The model was stitched on 28 count opalescent Lugana fabric, […]
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.