Click here for On Point Wallet Instructions N Sometimes it happens that I will change a design. It doesn’t happen often, but occasionally as I’m stitching something doesn’t work like I want, or I have a different idea. That is what happened here. I had the entire design ready before I began stitching, all laid
You asked us – we heard you! I have been surprised by the enthusiasm around my finishes for the Kits of the Month. As I’ve said before (probably too many times) I’m NOT a finisher. But this simple finish has been embraced. So we added a finishing kit for the April Kit of the Month,
Click here for On Point Wallet Instructions M I love these narrow bands. They add some visual interest without being overpowering. And I especially love the contrasting color! This band is stitched in two steps. For the first step, stitch all the way down as shown. This band goes from the very top edge down
Click here for On Point Wallet Design Instructions L The next part of our stitch along is a narrow border of crow’s foot stitches. It took me a bit to figure out exactly the best way to stitch this, but I think I’ve got it! The crow’s feet are all the same, but alternate direction.
Click here for On Point Wallet Instructions Area K The next part is a diagonal row of tied sheaf stitches. Well, they aren’t actually tied sheaf stitches but a modification of tied sheaf stitches. Traditional tied sheaf stitches are stitched with a number of straight lines, then a stitch that gathers them in the middle.
No this isn’t a new picture – but we need a picture so I thought something spring-y would be nice. Anyway, we’ve made a few changes to the website and wanted you to know about them. SEARCH FEATURE – we’ve added a search feature to the site. We didn’t have one previously, but as we