The Stitch Guide Formula

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Feb 2, 2021
Learn how to use the Stitch Guide Formula™ to write your own custom stitch guides based on your current skill level.

What’s that quote about “the best-laid plans”? If it’s that they often go awry, I’m walking proof that it’s true! My original plan – to share my Lowery Work Stand – went off the rails when the tech gremlins took control of my video earlier today. So, I’ll ask Rebekah to help me film a new video this weekend. And since we’re in the middle of enrollment for The Stitcher’s Club™, I thought now would be a good time to share a little about it – and the Stitch Guide Formula™ – with you here…

Happy January!!

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Jan 8, 2021
Kicking off 2021 with our January plans!

It’s already the end of the first week of January and I was hoping to have more of my Santa canvas done by now. But the holidays kinda’ got in the way. And yesterday, I frogged all of Mardi Gras Santa’s crown, including the beads that I’d lassoed in place. (EEK!)  You see, it just didn’t look like I pictured it in my mind’s eye. I’m the first to admit that I make plenty of mistakes. And I don’t pretend to know everything, so I’m sharing this picture of Santa’s crown in the “rip it” stage…

Learn a New Stitch Every Day!

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Feb 7, 2018
French knots are fun to make!

Hi there! I’ve had soooo much fun reading your comments about your favorite kind of embroidery – and who taught you to stitch! Thank you for sharing with me. 🙂

Did you take some time every day this past week to work on one of your projects?

It’s amazing how much you can get done in as little as 30 minutes.

I’m helping with a needlepoint project at my church right now. Our nave was recently updated – we’re getting a new organ and the choir got new chairs, so we’re stitching cushions for them.

Here’s a picture of one in progress…

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