Monthly Archives: March 2016

Stitch for Syria – In The Mail

Hello, Stitch Friends! Although my stitchy plate is overly full right now, I managed to finish up a second Stitch for Syria piece this weekend. It is stitch on 14 count aida using a pretty orange silk that was in … Continue reading

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Stitch for Syria

Hello, Stitch Friends. I think I’m pretty late in discovering this, but I thought I would share just in case some of you have missed it. Concern Worldwide is a charity that works in many different countries, helping provide education, … Continue reading

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Beginners Guide to Knitting

I know many of you are needleworkers only, but I also know that several of you are either avid knitters or interested in learning how to knit. I found this fabulous infographic that lays out the very basics of knitting. … Continue reading

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WIP Wednesday – Spider Web

Hello, Stitchy Friends! It is work-in-progress Wednesday again, and I hate to have to admit that I didn’t achieve any of my stitching goals this week. 🙁 I stitched a lot, but just not on the Christmas stocking. I decided … Continue reading

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Happy March!

It is finally March! That means spring is right round the corner, right? Right? Well, maybe, but right now we are just waiting for a snow storm to start. We are supposed to get between 15 and 20 cm of … Continue reading

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Book Review: Knitlandia

I really enjoy knitting, but I don’t go to any of the big yarn shows or the sheep and wool festivals because I am very allergic to wool. I’m not talking the itchy skin type of allergic. I’m talking the … Continue reading

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