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.
awesome website with nice content..
Thank You, Love your work I'm just learning your website is wonderful
Many years stitching and just found blackwork.. I love it. If I choose to stitch all of Save The Stitches on one piece of 14 count how much fabric will I need???
Further to the vote of thanks I gave for your most excellent talk yesterday, I have spent almost fruitful morning exploring your wonderful website. I echo my words to you yesterday, about accessibility and demystifying the art of black work. The members were buzzing after your talk, and I'm sure that many will have been inspired to give it a go! Very many thanks.
Thanks for keeping the art alive.
ALL I CAN SAY IS AMAZING! I have all parts for Save the Stitches and Delights saved to do. Thank you for sharing them and your talent with us.
I love this website and the inspiration I receive in observing other stitchers' blackwork!
Just read information on the grave rubbing project you posted. Love the historical information and the technique used. Happy 4th of July AND Happy Stitching
I've just discovered your site through reading your article in Stitch issue 95, and I'm blown away by it. I could not believe my eyes when I saw how many gorgeous freebies you offer. So very generous. Thank you so much. I'm now going through the designs for sale - and I want to buy so many of them!! Wish I'd found this site years ago.
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