Sunday, December 15, 2019
Saturday, August 17, 2019
Saturday, July 13, 2019
Saturday, June 8, 2019
The next of the stitchmaynia projects to be completed is Sunshine on a Stem by Hands on Design. Stitched on 18 count ivory Aida stitched one over one. DMC flosses were used 729, 3781, 3341, 420 and 931. A fun and very fast project. The felt was included with the pattern. Written instructions were given.
This one modified from the original pattern by The Primitive Hare: Summer Solostice. I stitched on 14 count coffee/tea dyed Aida with two strands of DMC floss. The colors are:. 832, 834, 310, 938 and 640. This is the first time I used StitchyPop ball tip cross stitch needles and enjoyed it quite a bit!
The next several posts will all be about the new starts and some finishes!
Sunday, April 14, 2019
The above photo is of a flashy brother/sister set if twins.
This photo( above) is of several lambs enjoying hay.
This photo is of a pretty ewe lamb. Her twin looks nearly identical also a ewe lamb. Her mom gave us a beautiful solid black Columbia fleece.
New lambs are just so fun to watch!
Tuesday, March 5, 2019
Monday, March 4, 2019
I plan to start the March Word Play soon. Happy Stitching!
Sunday, March 3, 2019
I will eventually make a pillow out if it. The photo does not do it justice. Maybe you too can stitch this design to see just what I mean. Happy stitching.
Maybe you too dream of the snow and may stitch this as well.
Sunday, February 24, 2019
This crafty/maker bingo is new this year. It is starting retroactive Jan1st, 2019 and ends Sept 1st, 2019. You can find the rules on Ravelry The InterlockingLoops Podcast Group thread. Please print a copy to keep track of your Bingo. Complete as many spaces as you can. There will be a drawing at the conclusion. Definitions for some of the spaces are also in the Ravelry thread. Happy Crafting!
Crafty Bingo Card
Saturday, February 9, 2019
The corn was left until fairly dry on the plant and removed in October. It further dried in our garage until January. The following photos show the corn cobs, the mill and the final product. The mill is a little on the loud side but it works exactly as described in the manual. Here is to more baking!
Planning to try it again this year.
Sunday, January 6, 2019
This was a fun project for the day. You too may want to give it a try.
Until next time happy making!