Monthly Archives: September 2012

Serger Serging

I think you all know that I love my serger. Unfortunately, I haven’t quite figured out how to use it, or it might be better to say I’m not really sure when it use it instead of my sewing machine. … Continue reading

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Easter Baskets and Bunnies

It’s almost Thanksgiving you say? Well, clearly it is time for Easter stitching! My fifth and final CherryWood Design Studios’ finish is Easter Ribbons. This one, amazingly, it actually stitched as per the chart. However, I’ve yet to attach the … Continue reading

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Love Letters

Another finish! That makes four this month! 😀 It is, just like it was last time, CherryWood Design Studios’ Love Letter Ribbons. The fabric is probably Enchanting Lair’s Parchment, 28 count Lugana (probably). The threads are as per the chart, … Continue reading

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Theme-a-licious – September

What? I missed Theme-a-licious too? Really? Where has my mind gone? So, September’s theme is Smalls. Hey! I’ve been stitching smalls all along. It’s almost like I knew what I was doing. (Don’t be fooled–I didn’t.) So, with that in … Continue reading

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I’m still in the mood to stitch smalls. My latest finish is Snowflake Ribbons by CherryWood Design Studios. It is stitched on either Enchanting Lair’s Wind or (the old) Silkweaver’s Summer Breeze. Either way, it is a 28ct. 😉 I … Continue reading

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TUSAL – September

Wow, I’m later than I have ever been with my Totally Useless Stitch Along post! It’s on my calendar, but I just keep forgetting. With the little man starting school and a mild health scare (one of the kids in … Continue reading

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SKYP Socks

Yep, skyp not skip. SKYP is actually a series of stitches – slip one, knit one, yarn over, and pass the slipped stitch over those two stitches. It makes a lovely little pattern, just right for breaking up a wee … Continue reading

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