I know I've said it before, but it's encouraging to know there are so many kind friends in blogland who visit and comment and TAKE THE TIME to be a friend. Thanks to you all who stop by and read and a special welcome to all my newest followers - it's great to have you join in!
I have a few completed projects to share with you - still on a Valentine theme, I seem to be heart crazy at the moment!
This was a really easy quick little candle jar hugger I made just for fun!I also had fun stitching this 6" heart pin keep with letters and numbers for Feb. 14.
In my last post I shared the little x stitch chart and to my shame I've only got this far with it myself lol!I usually work on 18 ct Aida cloth partly because I've been on a learning curve doing x stitch but I confess because I'm a tad impatient and it is quicker to finish up patterns on Aida. However, I'm not so sure about its prim credentials and the finished x stitch looks so much better, or to coin a word, 'primmer' on linen or osnaburg. Not having linen, I've gone with osnaburg for this Stacy Nash pattern I've been itching to get started on. And this is now where I begin to feel the old impatience flaring up. It is so much slower for me and I have to watch for mistakes in the uneven weave of the osnaburg. But I tell myself the end result will be worth it! So this is my WIP for the next few weeks I'm sure!Isn't there something about a piece of needle work in a hoop that just takes you back in time? I am transported back in my imagination to the days of Jane Eyre or some Jane Austen heroine! I love the simplicity of that photo and could look at it for ages! But that's just me and my flights of fancy! Don't you ever do the same?
Well I hope you have a great week and thank you all for stopping in! Best wishes