Welcome back to the Stitching Bloggers Blog Hop. Question #9 has been closed, but there were so many great ideas and fun stitching tools included in that round. If you haven’t had a chance yet, I highly recommend going back and looking at those posts. We have some seriously smart stitchers in our little group!
This week we’re going to have a little fun talking about floss and fibers, but instead of favorites I want to hear about least-favorites!
The blogging prompt for blog hop #10 is:
What’s your absolute least-favorite thread to work with?
Maybe it’s a particular type of fiber that always gives you a hassle. Or maybe it’s a least-favorite color of thread to use. That one thing that when you come across it in a design you just know the frogs are coming, or something that gives you twists and tangles. I know for me it’s Christmas Red DMC #666, I always joke that it has that color code for a reason and it’s the devil!
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I look forward to seeing everyone’s responses for this round. Happy stitching 🙂