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Thursday, July 29, 2010
Yesterday was full of errands and chores so I didn't get as much wing stitched as I had hoped but I still have a photo to share of Cha's right wing. I am not happy with the lowest orange line of feathers since I've decided longer looks better but they will be easy to remove and restitch. It is just hard to do long straight stitches on a curved wing. I'm going to leave the orange tips of the feathers until last and probably do very short Japanese ribbon stitches there as I did on the other wing. Regardless, this is progress that isn't tent stitches so I am happy!
In other news, Linda's posted a quick review (with photos) of Ruth Schmuff's new books. These are the hard copy form of her Stitch Encyclopedias that originally were just on CDs.
Janet Perry's done a review of the new Painter's Palette threads.
Needlepoint.com has a contest going on their blog. The price is a $25 gift certificate. Once you enter, click on one of the header items (Naturally I choose Sale--LOL) and then look on the left side of the page. Click on Needlepoint U to see their online classes, clearly labeled as to difficulty level, complete with a Yahoo Group to help you with questions and problems.
If your wallet is empty these days, how about a free elementary embroidery book posted online? Mary Corbet has the details and a link to the book which-- although old-- has great tips for those doing needle painting of flowers, for example.
My final link this morning is for sampler lovers. The Museum of Fine Art in Boston is looking for help finding samplers similar to one in their collection. Tricia of Thistle Threads suggested they harness the power of the Internet to find sampler lovers who might recognize the motifs on this sampler as occurring other places. So go and help the museum out, ok?
Written by Jane/Chilly Hollow Blogging at http://chillyhollownp.blogspot.com Archived Yahoo 360 postings at http://profiles.yahoo.com/chillyhollow