First stitches – Labyrinth

My, that title sounds ominous! But it isn’t really – labyrinth is a quilt block pattern, and easily adaptable to counted canvas work. So let’s get started! Click here for Labyrinth Section 1 Instructions in pdf format I debated whether or not to show how the finished first section looks, because it took me a

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Time for a Stitch Along!

It’s been a few months since I was able to develop a new Stitch Along, and it’s time! I have some pressing deadlines behind me and am ready to pick up the needle again. This time, the stitch along will be revealed a week at a time. I’ve already gotten the design finished, so I

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This is it – the very last call!

We’re closing registration for these two classes tomorrow. If you want to register, do it right now! We have to place our orders as soon as possible, in order to have supplies shipped to us in a timely manner, so we can ship the kits in time for class to begin mid-October. Our plans are

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Let’s have some ice cream!

It’s been almost a month since I updated the blog, and I apologize for that. I hope to make up for it by announcing a new stitch along – to start next Monday. This one will be a mystery, so I’ll reveal it a little at a time. Monday I’ll tell you what threads I’m

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New Classes!

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.

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February Kit of the Month Finishing Kits are back in stock!

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

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