Author Archives: Heather

Patience

I feel a little like patience is the word of the month around here. So, February’s section of Stitchrova’s Quotes to Live By SAL was the perfect thing to work on. It is stitched as per the pattern on white … Continue reading

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Staying Afloat

Hello, Stitchy Friends! I know things have been very quiet around here, and I am very sorry about that. Think of me like a swan–calm where you can see me, but paddling away furiously underneath. I’m working on several things … Continue reading

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Stitching from My Stash

Hello, Stitchy Friends! I think I mentioned earlier that I am taking part in the latest incarnation of Stitch From Stash. It is now organized through a Facebook group and headed by Stephanie Kyne. Each month’s check-in is a Facebook … Continue reading

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Smalls SAL – February 2017 Check-In

Hello, Smalls Stitchers! It is check-in day again! February is such a short month, and it feels like almost no time has passed at all since the last check-in. In fact, I almost didn’t get my small done in time! … Continue reading

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WIP Wednesday – Quotes

Hello, stitchy friends! It has been a while since I posted on WIP (work-in-progress) Wednesday. I have been stitching, but not as much as I would like because my medial epicondylitis (aka golfer’s elbow) has been flaring up quite badly. … Continue reading

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Happy 150th, Bucilla!

Did you know that Bucilla is turning 150? (Hey, they’ve been around as long as Canada has been a country! How about that?) I’ve made lots of Bucilla kits over the years, like felt stockings, bookmarks, pictures, and more. The … Continue reading

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Broken Needles

Today Hari Kuyo, the Festival of Broken Needles, in the Kanto region of Japan. Women take time on this day to visit shrines and temples to give thanks to their needles for their year’s worth of service and also to … Continue reading

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