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! Welcome to my needlework Advent Calendar! 😊 Sorry for the delay but I’ve been feeling a bit under the weather this weekend. Today’s first entry is a WIP shot I took last year, Sew Advent SAL from 2015 by iStitch Designs; I used the usual a Vaupel & Heilenbeck linen band and silk threads of my choosing (NPI,…… Continue reading Advent TAC – day 2, 3 and 4 + letter Q
In the spirit of keeping track with my progress and finishes month by month, I’m starting this post as a draft at the beginning of May and updating it with every relevant piece of news until the early days of June, this way you’ll have an account of what happened as it happened. 😉 I felt like doing…… Continue reading KABOOM! (3rd rundown post – May)
I took a couple of detours but I figured out what to pick for the ’15 Sew Advent Band SAL by iStitch Designs – and as the clock ticked 10PM on December 1st I found myself with day 1 of both SALs stitched up! 😊 Here you see my personal choices for the ’14 SAL, 40ct. 1 over 2 using…… Continue reading let the advent begin!
I don’t know if you heard about the tragic news about the fire that started last Thursday night in the Au Ver A Soie silk thread factory in the center of France. you can read an article about it here. it is so sad and tragic to think of all the historical machineries and tools that burnt…… Continue reading thinking of AVAS 😦
tomorrow is a really special day.. you may have heard of one Mr. Alan Turing from his job at Bletchley Park during WWII, when he was part of the team who broke the ENIGMA code, or his technological discoveries, which basically make him the father of all A.I. (including of course computers), or for the way…… Continue reading thank you Mr. Turing