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.
It’s great to see you again. We’re having a super fun-filled summer here at Serendipity Needleworks! And even though we don’t have any more destinations to visit on our 2018 Threadventure, there are still some threads – and stitches – that I’ll be sharing with you for the next few weeks. (We can’t leave out the little guys that didn’t make it into our grand tour, can we? ????)
Don’t have a Threadventure thread kit? That’s okay. You’ll still get some terrific ideas for ways to use lots of new stitches and you’ll get info about some of Rainbow Gallery’s awesome threads.
Want to order a Threadventure thread kit? Click here to send me an email. I’ll be happy to add you to the waitlist. (More kits are coming in September!)
Oh – and if you don’t know what the heck I’m talking about, click here to get the low-down on the 2018 Threadventure.
Now, whaddya’ say we dive right in?
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