i really wanted to keep things super simple with the stitch club design for march, so i created it almost completely with straight stitches.Read More
i planned to use brick stitch again this month. this time i used it around the edges of the leaves to make them bolder, to differentiate them from the inner contour lines of the leaves.Read More
for january stitch club, my new golden mandala pattern is a simple centering mandala design. i'm taking a chance with the floss and trying something new: tone on tone.Read More
in the days ahead, may we feel creative and connected, focused and free, strong and successful, cozy and calm, present and powerful.Read More
july has been a really busy month for me, but i've been making some progress on my summertime garden hoop!
here's what i have done so far
this design is inspired by something that is on my mind a lot: stillness.
i think we all know how vital it is to intentionally set aside time to just BE, to get quiet, to step away from the hectic and non-stop busy pace of our lives.
it's may already! how is time flying so fast?
you may have seen this on instagram already, but i finished my april stitch club pattern, april flower! i outlined all of the satin stitching using a single strand of black back stitches.
say hello to march's 'night garden' pattern!
new month = new pattern, and this one is inspired by two of my favorite things: the moon and plants.Read More
i've used colonial knots with tails for these lighter green stems (2 strands) but you could also just use a straight stitch with a knot on top.Read More
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,Read More
i've been stitching along on the november #cozybluestitchclub pattern. this mandala has some detailed linework, but the stitching itself is really simple.Read More
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,Read More