STITCH CLUB JOURNAL ENTRIES
i’ve been devouring the shetland island mystery books lately, and so when i started doodling these little houses, they quickly began to resemble the setting of the books: a quaint little island village, enveloped in fog,
our january 2018 cozyblue stitch club pattern is all about bravery, honest intentions, fresh starts, and being our best selves.
i've been stitching along on the november #cozybluestitchclub pattern. this mandala has some detailed linework, but the stitching itself is really simple.
i'm just finishing up this moth design. for the stars in the background, i've used a mix of seed stitches and colonial knots,
this sweet owl is my newest pattern, and our september stitch club project!
i've started stitching a little, and here's what i've got so far:
if you're just not that into satin stitch, you are not alone. and you're in luck! because there are so many other great stitches that you can use to fill your embroidery designs.
i love barn quilts, and i have wanted to make an embroidered version (or as it turns out, two versions) for such a long time.
i had satin stitch in mind when i made this one, and i really like the smooth, strong texture that it creates.
this month's pattern is all about simple stitching and fun color. i kept the design to a minimum but added a hand drawn layer of color that peeks through the stitched lines.