Well, hello! I’ve tried to come back to blogging sew many times 😉 let’s see if this time it works. 🤞 – – – Recently I picked up an oldish WIP, the 2015 Sew Advent Band Sampler, and after Carol, the designer, asked to share one of my progress pictures with the iStitch Design FB Group, she told…… Continue reading Sew Advent, Sew Early, Sew Long, Sew Late
Hello! Remember me? 😉 I used to love stitching and blogging about stitching up until the Christmas holidays? 😜 I had to take some time off needles and threads because of a series of factors including a fiercely piercing pain in my shoulders that just wouldn’t let me stitch for more than an hour and…… Continue reading Rinfrescata: on books, news and birds
It’s here! It’s here! The giant catch up post for TAC is here! Last week the blog reached its 4th anniversary 🎂🎂🎂🎂 and although celebrations this year are slightly 😱 (sense the irony here) toned down, I felt there were a few things I truly owed you and it was high time I put things right. It’s going to be…… Continue reading from A to J – the TAC catch up game
it is with a heavy heart that I find myself, once again, in the position to have to write about something I would rather have never discovered because it never happened. but it did happen, and I did find out about it, so what should I do, now that I find myself with something extremely…… Continue reading real stitchers don’t steal
hello! hello! I’ve been busy in the past days working feverishly on the games for this year’s enigma and I’m more than happy to announce that I made it! YEAH! 😀 it took me WAY more than I expected, and I won’t do anything this elaborate for probably 5 years or so but hey! I hope…… Continue reading monthly goals, TUSAL & SMALLS updates and Maynia!!
a delayed GiGi update and my reflections on the thread keys for SODA’s Alice in Wonderland – – – first of all I have to thank both the old & the new friends and followers that joined since the beginning of the year. it is so nice to see you stop by, read your thoughts in…… Continue reading holding two papers with one stone