Thank you for such and enjoyable talk yesterday evening at the Penistone Embroiderers Guild meeting. It was really inspirational! What a terrific website! I have never seen a site where the designer shares her work with such generosity! I love the tips and techniques area!
I can only express a word of thanks, nothing else. Because with the content on this blog I can add knowledge Thank you very much has been sharing this information
Thank you for your hard work! i have just started on the sublime stitch pattern and im in love! it is so helpful and im just overall in love with all the designes!
What a wonderful website! Many, many thanks for the free patterns and instructions you provide. I am sure your great generosity provides many hour of happy stitching.
Greetings from California! I'm bored to death at work so I decided
to check out your blog on my iphone during lunch break.
I really like the info you provide here and can't wait to take a look when I get
home. I'm shocked at how fast your blog loaded
on my cell phone .. I'm not even using WIFI, just 3G
.. Anyhow, very good blog!
I can hardly believe the generousity of Liz generating this charts free. They are beautiful. As I have said before. Where do I start first? My household plus myself say 'Save the Stitches." I will also be starting a HAEDS design, and a small one of Luca-S 18 Ct. "Still Life of Apples" at picturexstitcher@instagram you can see. Really nice I like this designer also.
A friend introduced me to your Facebook page on blackwork journey. I found it very interesting to see the stitches made and how one can use their imagination with stitches and colors with a design. I started Save the Stitches yesterday and looking forward to what I can do with it.
Where can I find the patterns for St Claire And St Francis? I found the picture in the Readers Gallery. You have a marvelous Site. Thank you
New at cross stitching. Looking forward to start. Love this website. Thanks for the freebies!
I have been awed. Save the stitches. !!!!! I have it all printed off. Want to start now. My husband came through and saw how much I had printed. and I heard a moan. I plan on doing it on 18 count. and altering the stitches that really should be done over 2. I am also going to integrate teal as a color. I am hoping 18 will give it a more delicate look. soooooooo excited.
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