Have you ever passed on buying (or stitching) a piece you loved because you didn’t like the color scheme? I know I did until I learned a system for creating a color scheme. I used it to create alternate color schemes for Jubilee as well as the color schemes for my small stitch sampler and [...]
Have you ever wanted to try a needlepoint technique, but didn’t want to invest in a large project? I feel the same way. What if I don’t like it? What if it’s too hard? I’m willing to invest time in trying a technique by making something small. If I like it, then I’m happy to [...]
Originally posted 2008-08-31 07:30:58. Republished by Blog Post Promoter This Twinchy Challenge was so much fun. The Twinchy pictured above is a block called “Black Beauty” It’s stitched in two shades of Watercolours, the dark one for the border and the lighter one for the main blocks. The center block is a coordinating metallic, and [...]
This charming pattern is a great way to use up those bits and pieces of yarns while stitching something that’s great for a boxtop or to put inside a Sudberry trivet. The quilt block is called Wedding Day. It features a light blue background, stitched her in two similar colors of crewel wool. Cream or [...]
Originally posted 2009-11-25 07:08:21. Republished by Blog Post PromoterI’m excited about this designer profile on About.com. You will be too when you see the fun mini-sock pattern based on a popular quilt block that’s part of it.