Monthly Archives: February 2011

15 Choices for 15-Sided

Bead, beads, beads. I had the worst time picking out beads for the 15-sided biscornu. I must have tired at least 15 different colours. Here’s what I ended up with: The beads are Mill Hill Magnifica colour 10020 (Royal Amethyst). … Continue reading

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February Socks

I cheated a little with my February socks. My original plan was to make Pirate Danger (Raverly link, membership required). But, I didn’t have the yarn caked, and well, I was too lazy to get out the swift and ball … Continue reading

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12 Days Torture

One of my goals this year is to stitch Joan Elliott’s 12 Days of Christmas for my mom. It is a big piece, and I do have a lot on my plate this year (and I would absolutely love to … Continue reading

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Head and Foot Finishes

More knitting! You all know how much I love to cross stitch, but there is no denying that knitting is much faster. The foot finish is one sock: Saturday Socks from the discontinued Knit Picks Fancy Feet Anklets kit. The … Continue reading

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February 2011 Stitching Blogger Question

I completely forgot about the Stitching Blogger Questions that Lee over at Lakeside Stitcher posts. (Thanks to Anna at Stitch Bitch for the reminder.) This month’s prompt is: We like to stitch things for people we love.  Show us and … Continue reading

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A Little Stitched Heart

February is my least favourite month. The days may be getting longer, but the cold and the dark nights just weight on me so much. In an attempt to brighten up the month, I signed up for a Valentine card … Continue reading

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Gong Hei Fat Choi! (And February TUSAL)

Gong Hei Fat Choi! Happy Chinese New Year! Today is also TUSAL day! I think my jar is looking pretty good this month. There are lots of yarn bits from all the dishcloths I made (which I didn’t bother to … Continue reading

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