Monthly Archives: March 2015

Whole-Ass One Thing

In this part three of what has become my Swanson Series, I present to you my favorite one, which is also the smallest: “Never half-ass two things. Whole-ass one thing” Solid advice for anyone. I think I’ll take a break … Continue reading

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Ron Swanson’s Advice for Success

I realize that I’ve been quiet recently, we were repositioning the ship, and that took two weeks. However, that doesn’t mean I haven’t been stitching!  I suppose this is a part two, of sorts, following another embroidery piece I did … Continue reading

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Head On

In the wake of the frustration with the last piece I worked on, I am pleased to say that this commissioned piece is one I was excited to work on.  In our line of work, on a ship or anywhere … Continue reading

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Carnival Commission

Recently, my Cruise Director approached me about making him a stitch. I thought he was kidding at first, and didn’t give much thought to it. I kept working on my own stuff. He asked me about it a few days … Continue reading

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Trading Stitch Game Part 2

I did an Eevee card for Frank, so I did my favorite Pokémon for myself: Growlithe! Obligatory comparisons: I actually kind of like the color limits on both of these babies. There are other versions of at least the Growlithe … Continue reading

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