i'm a coffee table crafter. i have to pick up my mess after every crafting session, but i have an 8-month-old, so i have to keep it cleaned up anyway. sometimes my supplies are a big eyesore in the corner, but we're moving soon, so i have two reasons to de-stash. since we're not sure when we'll have a permanent place, small, moveable projects are ideal for me.
French knots were so easy, why is the satin stitch so hard??
i'm still nervous about trying satin stitch, but i read that using only one thread at a time and starting from the middle are the best ways to go. maybe i'll work up the courage to keep trying. good luck, sevs!
i am sooo far behind my goals, but that is just like me. i am working on self-discipline, so bear with me. i am listing my SECOND project, that's right, slacker here. you guys put me to shame. so, i created these granny squares in the middle of the night, because i couldn't sleep. they were my entry for the contest, though i know i won't win. i'm just happy to have two votes.
Yeah - I knew about that link, but didn't post it. There was a big disagreement between them and Sublime Stitching... and well, I kinda supported Jenny on this one so I didn't link it up.
okay. i'm new to needlework, but thanks to craftster, i think i'm fairly up-to-date on the dilemma. sounds sticky enough, i hope i don't sound too naive when i say i hope to see the best in all involved...