Originally posted 2010-07-08 07:51:43. Republished by Blog Post Promoter While Mae West may have said “Too much of a good thing is wonderful.” She was wrong. I’m definitely of the “Less is More School.” It’s a good rule in dress (think fashion victim), in food (think overly fussy restaurant dishes), and even in music (Too [...]
Originally posted 2004-09-18 06:33:58. Republished by Blog Post PromoterIt’s been an overly busy summer and my stitching has suffered. Too little time, the projects I chose not working well, and way too many deadlines; all have conspired to interfere with quality stitching time. So I have also been thinking about what to do when you [...]
Originally posted 2011-02-21 07:15:34. Republished by Blog Post Promoter Recently Linda K Reinmiller took this photo and using apps on her iPhone converted it to a chart suitable for needlepoint or cross stitch. See how she did it and see the results in both techniques on white and black in her blog post.
BOOK REVIEW: “OOOOOH” THE ESSENTIALS OF RIBBON NEEDLEPOINT WITH RIVER SILKS, self-published, 2006. I get the question all the time, both from shopowners and from resellers — how do I do needlepoint with silk ribbon? The folks at River Silks get the question too. At every market they attend, people flock to their booths, admiring [...]
Originally posted 2011-08-08 07:40:04. Republished by Blog Post PromoterThe Scarlet Thread has a wonderful, long interview with their newest designer, Jeff Kulick, on their blog, It’s a Stitchy Thing. I’m in awe of Jeff’s wonderful pieces and his stunning stitching. In the interview you’ll see lots of wonderful pictures of his work and get some [...]