It’s a beautiful spring day here in Alabama and I’m so, so grateful for that! We’re getting close to the end of our first (mandatory) week of “shelter-in-place”, but I’ve been observing #togetherathome for three weeks.
Wanna know something? I’m getting a little stir crazy!
I thought you might be, too, so my virtual passport is dusted off and we’re going on another Threadventure™.
Do you know that a canvas designer uses the very same elements and principles of art and design on cotton mono canvas that a painter might use on one of their watercolor or oil compositions? In fact, your hand-painted needlepoint canvas is, first and foremost, a piece of art. But what does that have to do with your needlepoint hobby?
Well, whaddya’ know… we’re already to November! Eek! I can hardly believe it, can you? I’m super-busy getting ready for the “unveiling” of the new Stitcher’s Club member portal in January, but I’m trying to stay on track with my daily commitment to stitching for an hour every afternoon. I figure if I post my progress here, you’ll keep me accountable. 😉 And I’ll use our time together to walk you through some of the things I do when I’m writing a stitch guide for a project. Sound good?
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