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 […]
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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, […]
The Sherlock Holmes stories by Sir Arthur Conan Doyle are my absolute favorite pieces of literature. I’ve read all of them at least twice, and many of them thrice. This particular quote is taken from The Hound of the Baskervilles… Choose your own price!Enter any amount ($1+) in the box: pattern size is 100 x […]
Actually finished a thing for my Mill Hill Mondays stitching this week 🙂 At some point I realized I made a tiny mistake, but I made it on both sides of the design, so I totally just flubbed it and stitched around it to make it work 😉 He still needs cut out of the […]
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 […]
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.