It’s with great pleasure that I can inform you that as of yesterday afternoon, my Cindermouse is finally finished – broom and all! 😀🎉🐭👗 One thing I changed, possibly my only alteration to the project, was not to sew the dress onto her: I have plans to make her at least 3 different outfits and although I want…… Continue reading Oh yes! – Of felt, housemaids and finished rodents.
first of all I would like to thank you all for the sweet and understanding words regarding my previous post; despite the usual exceptions, I am sure the majority of my readers do care about me and my point of view. I wish there was an easy fix to this, but for the time being, I…… Continue reading GiGi, TUSAL, IHSW, 3 finishes, happy mail, a year with the Pumpkins [sit down: a lot of updates]
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
you cannot imagine the series of events that started last Friday after I made myself pizza using the neatest kit Italians could put together. it was so delicious I couldn’t restrain myself from eating it all by myself.. shame on me, I know, but it was seriously good. like gift-from-the-gods good. how can you pass…… Continue reading magic pizza (GiGi, TUSAL, IHSW, Maynia reports and a finish!)
I promised myself it wouldn’t happen again but, alas, here we are: weeks late for a bunch of updates with a fat lot of catching up to do. bear with me, it’s going to be a long post. – – – the TUSAL update. let’s get this one out of the way first. 🙂 as you…… Continue reading the A-I-O post
IHSW officially started yesterday, Taras and I wish you Happy Hermitting! he’s not too happy about the rainy weekend ahead of us, but I on the other hand can use the time to have a backstitch party on Alice 😉 – – – have a good one! ciao! chiara
for a really long time I’ve been a solitary stitcher. I didn’t know anybody around me who liked doing it, or even knew how to, so I sticked pretty much to myself. I taught myself how to do most of it, I found my way of kitting up stuff, of storing it, dealing with multiple WIPs,…… Continue reading the How To series – Chapter one: an introduction and kitting up with solids – THREADS