Tuesday, August 22, 2017

Episode 35



FO
  • Summer Schoolhouse - Lesson Two by With Thy Needle & Thread - 28 ct. Mushroom Lugana using the called for cotton hand-dyed threads (1 over 1). 

WIPs
  • Summer at Cherry Hill by With thy Needle & Thread - 40 ct. Sand by Picture this Plus using cotton over-dyed threads (1 over 2). 
  • Mouline Rouge by Long Dog Samplers - 40 ct. Park City Blend using DMC 498 (1 over 2). 
  • Smith Sampler by The Scarlett House - 40 ct. Vintage Meadow Rue by Lakeside Linens using the called for hand-dyed silk threads (1 over 2). 
  • Village at Hawk Run Hollow - 40 ct. Sand Dune by Lakeside Linens using Needlepoint Inc. Silks (1 over 2). 
  • Quaker Diamonds by Rosewood Manor - 36 ct. Mellow by Picture this Plus using Valdani threads (1 over 2).
Stash
  • From Down Sunshine Lane - Birds Eye View and The Village by Kathy Barrick, One for the Crow by With Thy Needle & Thread and Samplers by The Scarlett Hours. 
  • From Sew and So - Linear half of 40 ct. Vintage Country Mocha and Gloriana Threads. 
  • From In Stitches Needlework - Ann Grimshaw 1818 by The Scarlet Letter, The Lady in Red Spinning her Wool by GigiR, Quaker Diamonds by Rosewood Manor w/Valdani threads and 36 ct. Mello, Oct. 31st by With Thy Needle & Thread and 46 ct. Vintage Autumn Gold by Lakeside Linens. 

5 comments:

  1. Great chat, Nicole! I really, really like that Birds Eye View...might have to pick that one up! I like all your little witches too. A witch wall would be great!

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  2. Love your new stash!!! You enable me every single video.

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  3. Lovely as always Nicole. Where do you purchase your clear project bags?

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  4. Nicole, check the stitch count on And They Sinned! As I recall, it's short and you could get into trouble as you're trying to finish.

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  5. I am so happy I found your blog, we have very similar taste in stitchy patterns! I am also working on Quaker Diamonds, I just love the threads for it! great work so far I look forward to following!

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