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! I don’t know what the weather is like in your neck of the woods, but it’s pretty doggone hot here in Alabama. In fact, it’s hard to believe that Saturday marks the first day of fall! Maybe today’s stitches and threads will put a nip in the air. Whaddya’ say we dive in and unpack the last four threads (and stitches!) from the 2018 Threadventure: Parisian stripe, double Parisian, snowflake darning pattern, and couching?
Oh – and if, perchance, you’re new to the Serendipity family and don’t know what I’m talking about, click here to get the low-down on the 2018 Threadventure.
I’m so happy to have you here with me today! Are you ready to dive into 4 more decorative canvas work stitches and threads from the Threadventure thread kit? Yippee! Me, too!!!
What’s that? You don’t have a Threadventure thread kit. Well, that’s okay. You’ll still get lots of terrific info to help you stitch with more confidence than ever!
Oh – and if you don’t know what the heck the Threadventure is, click here to learn more about it.
Ready to dive into those new threads and stitches?
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