Tuesday, November 30, 2021

How Mary Organizes

Mary Corbet's latest article is about how she organizes and stores her threads, scissors, needles and beads.  It's a fun look at how a professional embroider keeps track of everything, with plenty of links to read more or to buy something.

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
Blogging at http://chillyhollownp.blogspot.com 
and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Monday, November 29, 2021

Using Salt Scrub: The Movie

The Needlepointer posted a video about how to use a salt scrub to smooth your hands before stitching, especially before stitching with silks and other threads that tend to snag on your hands.

Here is the salt scrub the shop sells.  It is Himalayan salt mixed with coconut oil, so it exfoliates and moisturizes your hands simultaneously.

If you wish, you can use table salt or sugar as a scrub rather than buying a specialty product. (Salt will sting if you have a cut on your hand or fingers.)  I use about the same amount as you find in those sugar packets poured in a wet hand.  Scrub for as long as you can manage.  Rinse well in warm water and then add a good hand cream.  You can even rub mayonnaise into your hand but --PRO TIP!-- don't let your significant other catch you standing rubbing mayo into your hands.

You get some odd looks if you get caught with the mayo.  LOL

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
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and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright November 16, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Sunday, November 28, 2021

Market: The Movie

The Pointing It Out podcast reviews the Needlepoint Get-Together in Texas in early November, 2021 in this fun video.  Megan and Melissa aren't showing off new canvases and other products (although they do show their personal favorites), but just talking about what needlepoint wholesale markets are like.

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
Blogging at http://chillyhollownp.blogspot.com
and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright November 15, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Saturday, November 27, 2021

The Caskets Today

Those interested in 17th Century stump work caskets will adore seeing the modern versions of these.

These boxes are a labor of love, a tribute to the past and a fun way to use needle skills in a spectacular creation.

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
Blogging at http://chillyhollownp.blogspot.com
and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Friday, November 26, 2021

Coping Through Needlepoint in the Time of Covid

Shona Rhimes' website talks about needlepoint (although most of the photos are actually embroidery of one kind or another) and how it helps us cope when times are tough.

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
Blogging at http://chillyhollownp.blogspot.com
and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright November 8, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Thursday, November 25, 2021

Nancy Lukoskie and the Needlepoint of the National Cathedral

This is the presentation at the National Cathedral in Washington, D.C. that Nancy Lukoskie of Fancy Work Finishing did in 2014.  It is a great Thanksgiving treat that sheds light on ecclesiastical needlepoint creation, restoration and the planning involved in stitching such pieces.

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
Blogging at http://chillyhollownp.blogspot.com
and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright October 28, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Wednesday, November 24, 2021

Anchor Tapestry Wool and Cotton Floss Come to Big Box Stores

Anchor Tapestry Wool



I'd heard on the grapevine that in the US big box craft stores now carry Anchor tapestry wool and cotton floss.  Last weekend I stopped by the Michael's near me and saw these two displays beside the DMC cotton floss area.  As you can see, there are a limited range of colors but the wool is available in both nearly 11 yard small skeins and the large nearly 44 yard hanks.


Anchor Embroidery Floss

The cotton floss is presented on spools instead of little skeins and there are more colors available.  The display doesn't say how much yardage is on a spool but Anchor claims there is 25% more thread on the spools.  I found this article about the floss spools.

I've never used Anchor tapestry wool but I really like their embroidery floss so I'll be picking up a range of colors I use a lot to add to my stash my next trip to the big city.

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
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and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright November 15, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Tuesday, November 23, 2021

Got Stitches: Stitchapalooza

Gone Stitchin's latest book is out!  It's called "Got Stitches Stitchapalooza."  

I haven't seen a copy, but their previous books feature nice charts and color photos of stitch examples of each stitch diagrammed and this sneak peak shows that the new book has the same format.  


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and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright November 1, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Monday, November 22, 2021

Breaking News: New Winston-Salem NC Shop

I have great news for those living in or near Winston-Salem, North Carolina--a new shop is opening.

It's called Time to Stitch.  The official opening is December 3 and 4, 2021 but the shop is already open just before Thanksgiving so they have time to work out any problems before the grand opening.  It's located in Stratford Village on Stratford Road.  Hours are T,W,F 10-5, Th 10-7, Sat 10-3. Closed Sunday and Monday but the owner Susan McGhee O'Brian will make appointments for those times.

Here's the shop website.  It's still being built so keep checking back.


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© Copyright November 21, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

How to Make Monk's Braid: The Movie

Want to learn how to make monk's braid to edge an ornament or use as trim on an embellished design?  Nancy Lukoskie of Fancywork Finishing has the video tutorial for you.

It makes a pretty and hard-wearing cord.

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
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and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright October 28, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Sunday, November 21, 2021

Eyelash Threads: A Review




Both Rainbow Gallery and Treenway Silks have new eyelash threads available.  Thanks to a friend, I have a sample of each to review.    You can see them above.  Treenway Silks' Eyelash color #0 Natural White is on the left side.  It is more cream than white in color and comes in a 10 yard skein.  It has a polyamide core and Chinese silk "lashes" which are roughly a quarter inch long.  Rainbow Eyelash color RE02 White is on the right.  It is a very white thread, and comes 8 yards on a card.  It is 100% polyamide with lashes nearly an inch long.  




When you find the end (not easy for either thread!) and lay it out to look at the thread, Treenway's Eyelash (bottom) is about the dimension of one ply from a skein of DMC six ply cotton floss, which is in the photo for comparison purposes.  Rainbow Eyelash is slightly thicker, perhaps 2 plies' thicknesses when compared to the cotton floss.  The Rainbow Eyelash feels silkier although it is all synthetic and the Treenway Eyelash seems thicker because its fatter "lashes" are packed a little closer together on the core thread.

So how do they stitch up?  




This is Rainbow Gallery's (left) and Treenway's (right) eyelash threads stitched on a sample bit of 18 count colored canvas.   I did interlocking Gobelin stitches in the top row, then did upright satin stitches and diagonal mosaic in the second row, followed by stem stitches in the bottom row.  They don't look like much unbrushed.  The core threads are sturdy and I didn't have any shedding from either thread.  I used a size 18 tapestry needle but could have used a size 20, although I think size 20 is the smallest eye good for stitching with these threads.  My opinion is that fancy stitches are not a good idea with either brand since the fuzz hides all the stitch texture.  Simple is best when stitching with either of these eyelash-type threads.





I decided the best comparison would be an actual design so I roughly drew two mittens on my colored canvas (No laughing at my artwork!  We aren't perfect here.) and stitched the top of each mitten in knit stitch using two plies of Gloriana's Lorikeet, which is a wool thread.  I then added fake fur at the bottom of each mitten with the Rainbow Eyelash on the left and the Treenway Eyelash on the right using simple satin stitches on the diagonal.  Again, it doesn't look like much unbrushed, but I wanted you to get a good look at what you'll see when stitching with this stuff.  By the way, I used one strand of each thread in my size 18 tapestry needle.  So what does it look like fluffed?





Here you go!  The Rainbow Eyelash is the long lush white fluff on the left; Treenway Eyelash is the shorter, creamier, rougher look on the right.  Make sure you match the right shades of white if you are doing a Santa using the Treenway Eyelash.  If you use the Treenway (right side above) for a Santa's eyebrows and then choose a stark white for Santa's fur cap, the Treenway will look dirty next to a stark white.  You can see how the two colors don't play well together in the above photo.

Fluffing with just your needle or finger isn't enough in my opinion. You have to use a brush of some sort to see the full effect.  I used my Judy's Boo-boo stick (a new toothbrush will work just fine) and brushed  down toward the bottom of the photo fairly hard around 10-12 times. I stopped when it looked the way I wanted. The fluff disarranges itself easily so if you are doing something that will be handled a lot you'll need to rebrush into the look you want periodically.  Some of the Rainbow Eyelash fluff came off on my boo-boo stick, too. Neither thread sheds if you only use about an 18 inch length to stitch an area only an inch long and half an inch high, but if it is brushed hard some of the fluff comes away.





Both threads are easy to work with. I used a size 18 needle but I probably could have used a 20. The eyelash threads go through the eye of the needle well. The cores are both solid.  I like both threads. They are great for fur and hair and beards.  It's possible you might want to trim the Rainbow Eyelash some but trim as if it is turkey work, only a little bit at a time.

In conclusion, these are both great threads.  The one you buy depends on the final look you want and the color you want.  Treenway Eyelash can be purchased from the company's website.  It is available in 13 colors, mostly neutrals plus orange, red, lime and purple.

Rainbow Eyelash is available from many needlepoint stores.  It comes in 18 colors, half neutrals but also two shades of pink, baby blue, red, dark amethyst and lime.

Gary has a brief review of Rainbow Eyelash on his Fiber Talk show, starting at time marker 16.23.  He and Vonna show it on cross stitch and needlepoint fabrics and talk about how it compares to Wisper and Angora.

Kudos to both thread companies for providing us so many great things to use on our projects.

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
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and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright October 4, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.
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Saturday, November 20, 2021

Tony Minieri Yearly Sale Starts Today

Warm up your credit cards, folks!  Tony Minieri's annual sale begins today and ends December 11th.

Here is Tony's website. 
https://www.tonyminieri.com/kazoos-store

You will be able to choose between his many digital download stitch guides and the lovely beaded laying tools, counting pins, magnets and chatelaines. There are even note cards from Tony's amazing charted original designs.

Please remember to use the PASSWORD exactly as shown to get the thirty percent off discount:
KAZOO-2021

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
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and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright November 1, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Friday, November 19, 2021

Ten Reasons to Use a Tapestry Frame

What's a tapestry frame?  In the United States we call them scroll frames.  Jolly Red is a UK company that sells needlepoint (tapestry if you are British) kits and they also do finishing, so they have a strong interest in the pieces they finish being square.  They sell tapestry frames, too.

By the way, Bush Tucker Trials appear to be challenges involving eating bugs.  I'd hide behind my scroll frame during those, too!

Fried grasshoppers dipped in chocolate, anyone?

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
Blogging at http://chillyhollownp.blogspot.com
and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright October 26, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Thursday, November 18, 2021

Facebook Changes

Facebook has implemented changes to public groups that allow non-members to join without vetting.  Facebook also now allows non-members to post in public groups.  They see this as a way to make groups more accessible but group admins see this as removing spam blocking tools.  Therefore many groups are going private where these rules don't apply, at least not yet.

What does this mean to you?  Groups that are no longer public, like Needlepoint Nation and many others, can't be visited by non-members.  So links to Facebook photos in such groups only work if you a) have a Facebook account and b) are logged into it. 

This means a lot of links that used to work no longer do.   This does not mean that anything you post to NP Nation is private, however.  Any of the 17,000+ members can share your photos you post to the group to anyone.  And many often do without asking.  

Sorry, but there's no way around these changes.  Facebook is forcing this on all public groups.  These new rules will be rolled out across all public groups over the next few months.  

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
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and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright November 18, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Treasured Techniques by Sandy Arthur

Sandy Arthur has a new book out--Treasured Techniques.  https://sandyarthur.blogspot.com/2021/10/summer-is-officially-gone-at-arthur.html

It's sixty-five pages of interesting techniques.

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
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and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright October 22, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Wednesday, November 17, 2021

Kimberly Has a New Website!

Are you a fan of Kimberly's work?  You'll be thrilled to hear she has a new website!  It's called A Kimberly Design and features both her needlepoint and her paintings.

Kimberly's work is available all over but Bedecked and Beadazzled often has the most canvases in stock as they are Kimberly's distributor.  She also teaches all over.  Hopefully her website, which is still under construction, will have a section for her classes so folks can join in and learn from one of the most inventive stitchers working today.

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
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and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright October 21, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Tuesday, November 16, 2021

A Needle Minder For Immune Deficiency Research

Are you a fan of Ruth Schmuff's Bedecked and Beadazzled or of the blog Sheena Stitches?  If so, you'll want to hear about the fund raiser Ruth and Sheena are teaming up on. 

Severe Immune Deficiency really puts a crimp in one's style.  If you want to help, follow the link to buy a needle minder that will make a tiny difference.

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
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and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright October 21, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Monday, November 15, 2021

A History of Needlepoint

Thorn Alexander has posted what they call "A Quick History of Needlepoint" on their blog. It's a fun read.

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© Copyright October 21, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Sunday, November 14, 2021

A Profile of Kaffe Fassett

Ehrman Tapestry has updated their website with a new profile of Kaffe Fassett.  There are lots of videos to watch about a man who has dominated the needlepoint, knitwear, and fabric worlds with his unique mastery of color.

If you aren't familiar with the kits of his work Ehrman sells, you can click on "View All" at the very bottom of the page and see what Ehrman has available now from his designs.

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
Blogging at http://chillyhollownp.blogspot.com
and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright October 20, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Saturday, November 13, 2021

Need a Bargello Pillow?

Need a colorful Bargello pillow that you don't have to stitch yourself?

These are stitched in the UK and the shipping is free.  

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
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and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright October 18, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Friday, November 12, 2021

Tomorrow's Local Needlepoint Shop Day 2021

Tomorrow, Saturday, November 13, is Local Needlepoint Shop Day!

Check to see what the shops in your area are planning so you can join in the fun.

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and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright September 5, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Thursday, November 11, 2021

New Self-Finishing Ornament Holders

Planet Earth has new self-finishing round ornaments with bows that come in ten colors.  These are available in two sizes to display either four inch or three inch designs.  The bows are removable.
https://www.bristlythistle.com/self-finishing-products

Many thanks to Bristly Thistle for the information.

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 Blogging at http://chillyhollownp.blogspot.com 
nd at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright October 18, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Wednesday, November 10, 2021

A Profile of Ernest Thesiger, Actor and Embroiderer

Thanks to the Needlepointer, I discovered the British actor Ernest Thesiger was a well-known needlepointer and embroiderer.  

It's fun to rediscover our history as needlepointers.

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
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and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright October 16, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Tuesday, November 9, 2021

Breaking News: A New Book from Brenda Hart UPDATED




I use Brenda Hart's stitch books more than any other I own so I was THRILLED to hear she has a new book out.  I'll do a review once I get my hands on a copy.

UPDATE:  Bedecked and Beadazzled will have copies shortly.  I understand The West in Tucson will, too.

UPDATE #2:  Homestead Needle Arts has posted a short description and a photo of typical diagrams on their website and in their e-newsletter.


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© Copyright November 9, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

ANG Seminar 2021 Virtual Exhibit

At last ANG has posted fifty-six photos from the 2021 Seminar's Exhibit online!  

So pour your favorite beverage and watch the slideshow on their home page.  You can read more about the pieces on this page, although the ribbons (if any) they won are not listed.

You can also read a more detailed description plus the stitcher's artistic statement here.  This is organized alphabetically by the stitcher's last name so you'll need that to find the entry you want to learn more about.

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© Copyright October 7, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Monday, November 8, 2021

Beginner Kits for Victorian Cross Stitch

Elizabeth Bradley now has what they call starter kits for learning Victorian Cross Stitch.  They are small, inexpensive projects that will get you familiar with Victorian cross stitch before you tackle one of their larger projects.

There are six floral designs based on some of their larger pieces.  The designs are 3x5 inches, but if you add more background to make them 3 1/2 x 7 inches, you can finish them as glasses cases.  

Elizabeth Bradley's website has videos for both right handed and left handed stitch that demonstrate how to do Victorian cross stitch and how to use the stitch to create a vertical line for stems, etc.  There are diagrams for both versions of the stitch, too.

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© Copyright October 12, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved

Sunday, November 7, 2021

Going Back to the 70s

The Pointing It Out podcast returns to the 1970s by looking at Melissa's mom's stitching.  It's so fun!

Guys, that apron is for cocktail card parties.  High style for the early 1970s!

(If you are interested in having old things made into pumpkins, talk to Sharon Wollman.)

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and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright August 22, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Saturday, November 6, 2021

Brads for Embellishment

The New Jersey Needle Artists Chapter of ANG mentioned this online source for brads in their October newsletter.  

They also sell stick-on rhinestones and sequins, eyelets (hardware for holes like the ones in the top of luggage tags), metal dog tags, paper flowers, and some ribbons plus washi tape.

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
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and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright October 10, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Friday, November 5, 2021

Breaking News! Mary's Whimsical Stitches Vol. 3 Is Available for Pre-Order

Mary's Whimsical Stitches Vol. 3 from Mary Legallet will be available in January but you can pre-order copies now.

The third volume is in the same format as the first two.

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
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© Copyright November 5, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

How to Work Large Needlework Projects

Feeling overwhelmed by that big needlepoint project?  Tricia Nguyen has a strategy for tackling large pieces.  Tricia is one very busy lady AND she's dyslexic, so you know if this works for her, it'll work for you.

Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow
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and at http://chstitchguides.blogspot.com
© Copyright September 19, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Thursday, November 4, 2021

A New Table Clamp from System Four

Needle Work System Four has redesigned their table clamp so that it will open wider and hold projects more firmly.

Note that you have to buy the correct clamp that holds your needlework to use with the section that clamps to the table.  Need more information?  Look at their website.

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© Copyright September 19, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Wednesday, November 3, 2021

New Charley Harper Needle Buddies

If you are a fan of Charley Harper's artwork, you'll love the new Charley Harper Needle Buddies from the Meredith Collection.


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© Copyright September 17, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Tuesday, November 2, 2021

FlossTube Finer Finishing Tips: The Casket Finishing Movie Series

Rachel Kinnison is starting to post a series of videos on covering boxes with needlework that might be of interest if you have a box you want to cover with needlepoint. Rachel plans on a finishing class later on that will go into more depth, by the way, so if that is of interest, keep an eye on her blog.

Want to see examples of Rachel's finished boxes?  This is a beaded stump work casket done in the 17th Century style.

Rachel's first video talks about sourcing boxes.

The second shows how to make a simple paper template of your box.

How to add little bun feet to the Botton of your box.  (Note, you can just glue these on using her non-measuring technique to place each one in the same position.)

How to make partitions inside your box.

Rachel talks about covering your boxes with paper, acid free glue, the tools she uses when gluing, and covering hinges so the trim over them is level.

The next two videos show cutting paper to cover the box's edges and gluing it into place.  Remember, you are the boss of the glue!

This shows how to cut your paper before you glue it on the casket.

Now it's time to glue the paper on the outside of the casket.  This is a two part video.

Finishing the inside of the box.

Sizing the embroidery for the outside of your box BEFORE you start stitching by framing the ground fabric first.


Prepping for the embroidery of the lid doors by rolling the pre-glued paper onto the fabric you will stitch on to prevent bubbles.

Rachel shows off her box interior.  "You don't need a fancy box.  It's all what you DO to the box!"

Rachel's box is being covered in silk gum works.  I'd never heard of it, either.

Now the stitched panels are glued to the box.  No panicking!

Rachel has tips on choosing trims for your box edges and explains how the trims wrap around all the edges.

The final step--adding the trim.

Finally, here is a video of the finished little box.  Wonderful!

By the way, if you want to see finished caskets covered in 17th Century-style embroidery, this video is a great introduction.

If you want to take some of Rachel's classes on historical needlework techniques, she's announced a new website and a class on gummed paper designs.


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© Copyright September 15, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.

Monday, November 1, 2021

The Smart Cookie Award for November Goes To...

The Smart Cookie Award for November goes to MaryEllen who uses double-sided tape on the back of her hand to corral her beads as she stitches with them.  Very clever idea!

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© Copyright September 12, 2021 Jane M. Wood. All rights reserved.