It’s no great secret that I love Jean Hilton stitches. These new classes will hopefully help you love them too! Mostly Crescents focuses on crescent stitches, and Fandango explores all kinds of fan stitches. These stitches can sometimes be intimidating, and I try to make them easier by understanding the structure and how they’re stitched.
I’m so pleased that we are able to offer finishing kits for the February Kit of the Month project Mended heart again! We weren’t able to find the original fabric used, but have found a substitute that is very similar to the original. The original was gold foil swirls on a red background, and the
It’s Hot! Hot! Hot! July in western Oklahoma can be brutal. When we venture outside, it’s flip flops, shorts, tank tops, sunglasses, and big floppy hats to keep the sun off. So let’s celebrate the heat! It’s so hot, even the sun wants sunglasses! Our shimmering sun is surrounded by flip flops, and radiates heat.
I know I’m ready for a beach vacation – sand in the toes, relaxing under a big umbrella, waves gently lapping, walking the shoreline looking for treasures – can I leave today? Well, I can’t go today, but we can all stitch the essence of a beach vacation with June’s Kit of the Month. This
I love pansies! I love the variety of colors, the compact size, the structure of the petals – just everything. What better way to celebrate May than with a cheerful pansy! I’ll confess that this design fought me every step of the way, but I’m happy I stuck with it because I’m pleased with the
I have a ton of framed pieces, so I’ve started looking for ways to finish my projects without framing. I won’t give up framing, obviously, but to have something easy to finish without sending to a finisher, well that’s right up my alley right now. I like these Lee self-finishing projects. Most of them are