Fern Motif Tablecloth No.75 from Cynthia Mills of Boston Vintage Crochet Pattern eBook


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    More Photos. Buy Now. Let's Talk. I want to learn to embroider, so would love to win. They look like great books to learn from. She has requested 3 of these, all different, by Christmas I have not done ant crafting or stitching this month has flown right bye!

    Thank u for the wonderful book give-away. This would be for my sister who does a lot of embroidery but uses only the basic stitches — stem, lazy daisy, French knot. Hope you are doing better. I am eagerly waiting to know about your health update in a positive way.

    I have had a few moments to work on the table cloth. I did do stitching in February! I plan to add hand embroidery embellishments…if I ever get that far! When we are together, I try to teach her another embroidery stitch for her to practice. Just as you mentioned. This month I have not done anything. I have been planing though. My plan is to make a handbag and some summer shoes and embroidering them with Sardinian knotted stitches.

    I bought a book from Depository about it in november. I highly recommend that book. I will send you a photo when I am finished. Good morning Mary. I am now working on a tiny scene with a bridge, trees, and colorful bushes alongside a small lake and also a Chinese junk on a river? I LOVE those. Bless you for telling us about them! All going to a show in Pennsylvania, other than perhaps I may send one to a miniature show on the outer banks. I have been participating in the dmc and gulushthreads Instagram challenge!

    I am just making a higgly piggly sampler. I am also working on finishing my first Brazilian embroidery work.

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    My Instagram is rubybluemonkey. Well, it did. But I did finish it last night!!!! I even knitted and felted a wool pad to stuff it with! Maybe I can figure out how to send you a pic…. I began the towel in plenty of time, I think. But alas, today it is still here and not in Kansas. I did tell her that it takes time to make something special. My intentions were good. I know she will love it when she gets it in the mail. Each section of the wheel is a different stitch in a different color. So much fun! I am working on a scissor case.

    I belong to a Sampler Guild, and the patterns were provided by a member. There is also a needle book, spool box and thread winder case. I managed to do some stitching in February. A group of us got together at my home and stitched for for more that 6 hours, it was wonderful!

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