Monthly Archives: January 2020

Florals!!

I know this is a hard time of year.  The Winter Holidays are over,  it is not yet Spring,  and despite the best marketing efforts of the candy and roses industry, Valentine’s day is just not that great for many … Continue reading

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Snowflakes can keep you warm!!

This is Starry Night, still in progress.  It gets one more border that I hope to finish between what is left of today and tomorrow.    It features the Artful Snowflake fabric line by Paula Nadlestern.   With a touch of … Continue reading

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Let there be…darkness?

So stitchers almost always want there to be more light.   Good lighting can make stitching so much easier.   Daylight (or daylight bulbs) can help us to see colors more accurately,  make it easier to thread needles,  and is essential when … Continue reading

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Re-Usable

This word, reusable,  is one I think we will be hearing often.   For a long time recyclable was the catch word that every product and package had to encourage you to purchase.   Recycling has been getting trashed more and more … Continue reading

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Outside the Lines

Introducing a new feature,  Outside the Lines.   At the beginning of each month I will be posting photos of a selection of fabrics that go well together that are not all from the same fabric line.    I have noticed … Continue reading

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