I’m so happy you’re here with me again today. Usually, I love to chat about all things needlepoint, but this blog post is waaaaay different from the others on this website. It’s sparked by an experience I had earlier this morning. So if you’re here to learn how to make the clouds on your needlepoint canvas look like big puffy marshmallows, click here. And if you have a question about your project, scroll down to the comments box and ask away. But if you want to learn more about my “things-that-make-you-go-hmmm” encounter, then just keep reading…
Welcome back. It’s always nice to have you here with me. Things are hopping in the studio this week. I’m putting the finishing touches on the cutie-pie canvas that Diane (from Pepperberry Designs) created especially for my Jingle in July retreat. I’ll share a picture with you next week. I don’t want to spoil the surprise for the stitchers who’ll be joining me, but I can tell you that the frothy Arctic Rays whipped cream on top of Jingle’s steaming mug of hot chocolate looks reeeallly yummy!
If you’re like a lot of stitchers, you have a love-hate relationship with them. You love the way they look, but you hate working with them. Well, guess what? I’m going to share some tips with you that’ll make working with metallic threads so much easier, you’ll be chomping at the bit to add a little bit of bling to everything you stitch. Sound good? Great – let’s dive in!
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