This week, we’re going to take a wee break from looking at needlepoint stands. Instead, we’re exploring the rice stitch. It’s one of those versatile stitches that you can use in a variety of places on your needlepoint canvases. It makes a terrific border. Some people even use it as a background stitch! The rice stitch is a member of the crossed stitch family. There are oodles of variations of this stitch.
Mardi Gras Santa (designed by Carol DuPree) is officially underway as my December project! YAY! I’m excited about sharing my progress with you here on the blog. If you want to follow along as I stitch the entire canvas, be sure and sign up for my weekly emails here and subscribe to Needlepoint TV™ here. Alrighty – are you ready to see which part I’m working on right now? Terrific! Let’s dive in…
2021 is going to be an exciting year at Serendipity Needleworks. I’m smack dab in the middle of planning our calendar right now. In fact, I’ll be sharing more info about A LOT of fun activities real soon. Did you see this week’s episode of Needlepoint TV? (If you didn’t, you’ll definitely want to check it out here.)
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