Let’s cover a lot of ground with Hungarian stitches

Click here for Labyrinth Section 5 instructions It’s Monday and time for the next step in our stitch along. Today we’re using Hungarian stitches to cover a lot of territory in the project. And, I’ll include some info about a potential thread emergency while stitching this project – we’ve all had them, so how do

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On time – Section 4

Click here for Labyrinth Section 4 instructions I had intended to do a different stitch for this area, but before I stitched I realized that this is supposed to be background. The stitch I had planned was very textured and may have pulled focus from the main part of the design. So, time to rework

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Better late than never – Labyrinth Section 3

Click here for Labyrinth Section 3 instructions as a pdf Well, the best laid plans…I had intended to take care of this yesterday but am suffering from a minor injury and took it easy yesterday. So a day late, but here’s the next step in the Labyrinth stitch along. As promised, today’s stitch is one

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A slight delay

Hey everyone! I’ve been at EGA National Seminar all week and planned to post the next step in the stitch along today. I have the instructions written and all of the diagrams ready to go. Alas! I stitched it incorrectly and don’t have pictures to go with the diagrams. So I’m going to wait until

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Cheering for the home team!

When I was in high school I spent every Friday night at the football, waving my pompoms in support of the Lamar Mustangs. September’s Kit of the Month captures that memory, with footballs and pompoms. Our school colors were blue and gray, but for the kit of the month I decided on a more generic

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Let’s add some sprat’s heads to Labyrinth

Click here for Labyrinth Section 2 instructions in pdf format I’m loving the colors together, even though we only have two so far. Well, since I only picked out 4 colors I guess I’ve used half of them! This week I’m relying on one of my favorite stitches, sprat’s heads, but I’m stitching them a

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