Ukraine has been much on my mind, and I’m sure shared by much of the world. We had the privilege of visiting Ukraine with a group of musicians from Arkansas in 2014, and the people found a place in our hearts. When we arrived, we were greeted by our Ukrainian hosts in traditional costume, and
Everyone knows the song “Oklahoma!” I live in Oklahoma, and the wind really does “come sweeping down the plain”. We consider 5 to 10 miles an hour to be a dead calm day; usually it’s much much much windier than that! So instead of fighting the wind, we’re celebrating it with a colorful pinwheel! Our
Or should I say black canvas? We are currently registering for Fantasia with Shining Needle Society and you have the option of black canvas or white canvas. While I don’t have a model stitched on white, here’s about what it would look like on white canvas: I think it still looks pretty good! So if
I’ve always loved stitches that make stars, so this project is all stars. I chose a white and silver color scheme on a dark blue canvas, and I love the way this one looks! Of course there are some regular star stitches, but there’s also several layered stars with 8, 12, 18 and 24 points.
ANG National Seminar is always the best time! I’m so pleased to let you know about the classes I’ll be teaching – hopefully at least one of them will entice you to venture to Tucson. More info and details for ANG National Seminar Over the next several posts I’ll introduce the classes I’ll be teaching.
Are you ready for “slap you in the face” color! Fantasia is open for registration with Shining Needle Society! We’re always so pleased to offer classes in partnership with Shining Needle Society, the leader in interesting on-line classes. We have great fun with our classes, and hope you’ll join us! Fantasia features loads of fans,