It’s time to finish the Spring Quilt Block with the last border, a waffle stitch around the entire thing. Click here for Spring Quilt Block F instructions as a pdf I’ve had fun with this little project and saved my favorite stitch for last, the waffle stitch. I especially like how the waffle stitches look […]
We’re almost finished with the Spring Quilt Block stitch along. Today we’ll look at the second interior border, a variation on a bound cross. Click here for Spring Quilt Block E instructions as a pdf This border is variation on bound cross. I call it a variation because it’s over 6 canvas threads instead of
The rest of the project is comprised of border stitches surrounding the interior blocks. The first border is a rice stitch. Click here for Spring Quilt Block D instructions I stitched this border with Gumnuts Buds, a silk pearl, in 386 Medium Cornflower. This is the same color as the first block, but a different
I promised I’d be quicker with the next step! This part is similar to the previous giant reverse scotch stitch, but this time the scotch stitches are not reversed and I added blocks of cashmere stitch. Click here for Spring Quilt Block C instructions But before we go on, I made a mistake on the
I apologize for not posting the next step for a week – life interferes, along with some really pressing deadlines. But, here’s the next step, giant scotch stitches, and I should be ready with the next part in a day or two. Click here for Spring Quilt Block B instructions I’m continuing on with the
I love starting something new, the blank canvas just waiting for stitches. I don’t know if you love starting a fresh project, but I’m sure a lot of you do, since you (not naming any names) have lots of works in progress! I’m not one to have a lot of projects going at the same
Good morning lovely stitchers! We had so much fun with the last stitch along that I thought I’d start another one. This one won’t be a mystery. It’s a design I created for American Needlepoint Guild (ANG) for their Holed Up Minis (HUM) series. As requested, I provided the chart without instructions or thread guidance.