Sunday, November 23, 2008

More Progress..

Here is the piece I have been working on.
This is called "Home Of A Needleworker (Too!)" by Little House Needleworks.
This piece is being stitched on 28 count linen with Crescent Colors Hand Dyed Floss.
This is my first time working a bigger project with overdyes, and I am just loving it!

I was busy stitching last night and it was so chilly outside. We were out of hot cocoa in the cupboard , I decided to heat up some apple cider. What a treat!
I think I just might like that a tad bit better ;)

I was stitching sitting up in bed...then, when I was too tired, I put my stitching aside and shut out the light and fell asleep.
To my surprise I woke up this morning with my embroidery scissors with fob attached laying on my neck!! I don't know how I managed this one.

Ahhhh...the life of a stitcher.


We have already attended mass on Saturday night, it was beautiful, and now we look forward to a wonderful Sunday as a family.
God Bless you all today, and wishing you happy stitches today,

Raggedy Stitches,


  1. Great progress on your LHN piece! It's so pretty!
    No sleeping with scissors!!! scarey to think about!

  2. Your stitching looks beautiful. I left 123 so I don't get to see what people are working on anymore.

  3. What great progress! It is such a pretty piece. I love overdyes so much, that I substitute everything for them! As far as brands go, if there is one, I have it! I guess it is somewhat an addiction.

    Be careful with those scissors!!

  4. Your LHN piece looks wonderful so far!!!

    I have a question about the apple dolls. How long do they keep? They are really neat. Can't wait to see your's finished!

  5. Great wip. I did the first Home of a needleworker. Great fun.xx

  6. Your stitching is wonderful. I love apple cider for a change too.


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