Saturday, November 09, 2019

Episode 67


FFO
  • Caroline Broomhead 1838 by Plum Street Antiques - 36 ct. Ligonier Latte and various silk threads (my conversion). 

FO
  • Elizabeth Hunter by The Scarlett House - 40 ct. Vintage Sand Dune and cotton threads (1 over 2). Took to be framed at The Stitch and Frame Shop. 

WIPs
  • Ann Rayner 1839 by Threads Through Time - 40 ct. Vintage Lt. Examplar and various silk threads (using Paulette Stewart's conversion). 
  • Mary Betchell 1810 by The Scarlett House - 40 ct. Vintage Sand Dune and silk threads. 
  • Snooty Parrots Sampler by Barbara Ana Designs - 40 ct. Vintage Examplar and various silk and cotton threads (1 over 2). 
  • Ragamuffin #2: A Quaker Sampler by Shakespeare's Peddler - 40 ct. Vintage Lt. Examplar and various silk threads (1 over 2).
  • Ann Roberts 1842 by Hands Across The Sea Samplers - 46 ct. Parchment by Weeks Dye Works and Au Ver A Soie 100/3 silk threads (1 over 2). 

Stash
  • From Fire Poppies - Ann Roberts 1842 by Hands Across the Sea Samplers and Thread Drops. 
  • From Sassy Jacks Stitchery - Au Ver A Soie 100/3 threads for Ann Roberts Sampler.
  • From 123 Stitch - Three Gloriana silk threads I was needing for Ragamuffin #2 - A Quaker Sampler by Shakespeare's Peddler.
Knitting 

2 comments:

  1. Thanks for the show notes, Nicole! Carolyn Broomheads is gorgeous as is Elizabeth Hunter. Well done on both!

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  2. I always love everything that you do; so beautiful!! You must stitch so fast since you get so many samplers done - I wish I could finish things more often, but I will just go along and enjoy each stitch. I have been cleaning out some of my stash since I have way too much; I still love it all but there is absolutely no way I can ever make a dent in all of the things I want to stitch. That pattern for the pink shawl looked gorgeous; can't wait to see it and all of the other goodies. Happy stitching, and enjoy Thanksgiving and D.C.

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