Mother, Wife, Daughter, Needleworker, Knitter, Want-to-be-Writer (Also known as Silverlotus). Located near Toronto, Canada.
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Sorry for the early post re the Smalls SAL! I’ll fix it and get it posted properly next week (when I will be on another at sea day). Thanks for the understanding!
I’ve finally reached the point in my stocking where it is just so much fun to stitch it. The end is in sight, and I think I may even make my goal of finishing it before Christmas Eve. (I almost … Continue reading
Because knitting, sewing, crochet, and needlework aren’t enough hobbies for me, I do occasionally indulge in some machine embroidery. I thought that my latest projects would be of interest to at least a few of you. These are two free-standing … Continue reading
It has been about two months since I’ve shared my progress on my Christmas stocking. To be honest, I’ve spent a lot of that two months doing things other than stitching. But, Christmas is just around the corner and I … Continue reading
Hello, Smalls Stitchers! Welcome to the September check-in. We have definitely rounded the corner of the year, and it won’t be long until thoughts turn to the new year and new plans. I’m not sure yet if the Smalls SAL … Continue reading
We are just a few days from school starting up again, and I for one couldn’t be more excited. Sure, I love having my son home for the summer but I’m always happy to have him back at school and … Continue reading