The stars are very pretty! I’m off to find Thread and have a go! Thank you for sharing all your beautiful stitches!Have a Very Happy Christmas, Queenie!Hugs,Barbara xx
It takes a bit time to get used to the pattern and design. Once you have learned where to insert the needle it becomes automatic and you don't want to stop.Best is to use Aida or a piece of fabric with a clear grid.
What is it to be, I wonder? Happy Holidays.
Happy Holidays to you, too.
Have a Merry Christmas and thank your for all your posts from 2017.
Thank YOU for all your DAILY posts from 2017.
Your last lesson could cover both the celebration of Christmas as well as the welcome of the new year.So good!Merry Christmas.
Yes, this is the time of year we finish things and make plans for new projects.
Beautiful stitches, Queenie.Merry Christmas and Happy New Year to you andyour family.
Thank you.Season's greetings to you and yours.
Yes, it's a pretty stitch - but so much easier as a counted stitch!
Season's greetings to you and yours..let the stitch experiments continue in the new year too :)
Yes, let's have fun!
I think this is a difficult stitch for freestyle embroidery. Wishing you Merry Christmas and a happy, healthy and creative 2018.
It IS a hard stitch to do free style, especially if you can not mark the fabric - and this piece of tailoring silk/wool was impossible to mark with ANY marker!!!
Looks great! Merry Christmas!
Thanks.All the best for the season, to you too.
This is such a fun sample of stitches. Beautiful work!
This stitch is best worked on fabric with a clear grid. I think Aida would make the work so much easier.
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