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A Monogram and One Last Motif

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Autumn Quakers…what can I say? It has become a completely engrossing stitch as I near the finish. All I have left is a monogram for inside that green wreath at the bottom right and the last large leafy motif at...
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How’d I do?

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At the beginning of October I had GOALS. I met them. I am proud! Yay! I finished (FFO’d) the 2 small projects I wanted to get done. I got the stitching done on 2 “bonus” smalls: And, I made great...
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October Stitching Update 2

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I’m very close on Oakley Owlet thanks to a return to weekend baseball tournaments. They are limiting fans so we are livestreaming my #1 son’s games from home. Convenient! Can you tell I’ve made progress on Autumn Quakers since last...
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October Stitching Update

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Over fall break, I only got a little bit of stitching done on Oakley Owlet. I just could not stitch in the car on the windy roads we were on, and after all the hiking each day, I was too...
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And we’re off!

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I’m loving my October stitches so far! Here’s the first few days’ work on Autumn Quakers. I’ve completed 2 more of the bigger motifs, started some others, and added several smaller ones. I’ve made it to the right edge. Woo...
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May Recap

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Well, that was quick! Poof, May is gone! Here’s how my projects stand: I did not get to a good stopping place on Autumn Quaker so I’ll just keep working on it in June. Maybe it’s about a third done?...
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An update on Autumn Quakers

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I’m just loving Autumn Quakers! Even though I feel like my colors are a tad lighter all around than the cover image (but maybe that’s just the photography) I am SO happy with my conversion. And working with my silk...
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Spring and Fall…

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…Are the themes of my work this week. I’ve been working in Autumn Quakers from Rosewood Manor. Such a delight! And Jump Into Spring from Jeannette Douglas. Jeannette Douglas is such a marvelous designer. Her creative use of specialty stitches...
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