"Out beyond ideas of wrongdoing and rightdoing, there is a field. I will
meet you there."
You will be addicted as I to embroidery! Love the stitch journals. Gilly
Thank you for the stitching site! Intriguing stitches. And I'm sorry to hear about the fig tree. I recently saw a tute for a fabric sample book like you have. Well..actually, they made it a valentine gift for a spouse but I was thinking it would be a great sample book!
Love this, Deanna! And thanks for the link, it looks like a great resource.That is a big tail! So cute.
This looks great Deanna. You will need more journal to fill all your stitches. Have you been here: http://inaminuteago.com/stitchindex.htmlA great stitch dictionary by Sharon B'sHugs Nat
you cerainly seem to get more than your share of wildlife...the chemanthy stitch looks really interesting. I haven't seen it before, will have to look it up.
Awe struck. Really!I still can't stitch simple stitichesin a straight line.... ugh. love the practice book. sweet!
i love the idea of your cloth journals and using them as stitchbooks - brilliant :)Jill
I like the Deepa's blog and have tried Chemanthy work. Happy to find here!Anne from France
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