Thursday, October 26, 2017

Episode 37


Finishes
  • Witches Night Out by With Thy Needle & Thread - 40 ct. Legacy Linen by Picture this Plus using the called for cotton hand-dyed threads (1 over 2). 

Works in Progress
  • One for the Crow by With Thy Needle & Thread - 40 ct. Legacy Linen by Picture this Plus using the called for cotton hand-dyed threads (1 over 2). 
  • Oct. 31st by With thy Needle & Thread - 40 ct. Legacy Linen by Picture this Plus using the called for cotton hand-dyed threads (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). 
  • His Eye is on the Sparrow by Heartstring Samplery - 36 ct. Doubloon by Picture this Plus using the called for hand-dyed cotton threads (1 over 2). 
  • Lantern Lane by Little House Needleworks - 40 ct. Fawn by Lakeside Linens using Belle Soie silk threads (1 over 2).
  • Dorothy Walpole by The Scarlet Letter - 40 ct. Vintage Pecan Butter by Lakeside Linens using the called for silk threads (1 over 2). 
Stash
  • From The Stitch and Frame Shop in Rock Hill, SC - Feliz Navidad by Blackbird Designs, Summer Schoolhouse - Lesson 4 by With Thy Needle & Thread, 40 ct. Sand by Picture this Plus, 40 ct. Legacy by Picture this Plus and Weeks Dye Works threads. 
  • From Summer House Stitche Workes - Fragments (1st series), Simple Abundance, Pyns pillow kit and 36 ct. Cocoa linen by Weeks Dye Works. 

10 comments:

  1. Glad to see you are back. Such lovely stitching (and stash). Also had to laugh that you call those nights without cooking 'fend for yourself' nights because we do (did-kids are grown) too and even shortened it down to FFY nights.

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. LOL! That's so funny! I think I might steal that from you! Thanks for the kind comment!

      Delete
  2. Nicole I love watching your floss tubes. your stitching is amazing. I love seeing your works in progress... also fun to see your newest stash! you give us inspirtation!

    ReplyDelete
  3. I will watch your latest flosstube after this (upstairs), but still haven't figured out how to comment via the television! So--commenting here, off of this post! You have quite a few WIPs going now--it is too easy to get sucked in from watching stitching videos, isn't it? For example, I LOVE the Coffee Quaker, and I don't even DRINK coffee!! Time to pick out a Quaker piece to be a WIP!! I have seen a few other flosstubers referencing your videos or WIPs... word gets around! You do lovely work! As usual! Thanks for sharing! Hugs!

    ReplyDelete
    Replies
    1. Thank you! Yes, it is easy to get sucked. I have found that I really stink at doing stitch alongs, but I still join for some reason!

      Delete
  4. So happy to see you're back. Have been looking forward to this, your latest video. Thanks for sharing your stash, works-in-progress, gifts, and recent finishes. Your samplers are beautiful and you help to keep me inspired. Welcome home to your hubby!

    ReplyDelete
  5. Glad I found your blog and your floss tube !! Love your stitching

    ReplyDelete