Monthly Archives: July 2015

Mystery Steotchalong: Part 6

Whew! Three-fourths done with this! I can’t wait to be finished! The backstitching does help with the creepiness, as I predicted. This one was super easy, and I finished it in a day, but I couldn’t finish it earlier because … Continue reading

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Mystery Steotchalong: Part 5

Well, we’re officially more than halfway done with this project.       I can only imagine that there is a banner and some back stitching left. The shading is quite clever, though these blended threads are making my eyes cross. … Continue reading

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Mystery Steotchalong: Part 4

Alternatively titled: “Getting Real Tired Of Your Shit, Quarter Stitches” Starting to see more of the characters. It’s clear that this will be a stitch of the newer StarWars, as Han looks quite a bit older than he did in … Continue reading

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“Gaymerica!”

I was on the ship when the news broke on the Supreme Court decision about same sex marriage. I made this from a scrap from this commission, which is fitting considering who the piece was for.     It was a … Continue reading

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Mystery Steotchalong: Part 3

Just this evening, I finished pattern 3, which is good because we were in our home port in New Orleans today, and I’m using the last of my service to post.  I think we’ve officially figured it out now; pretty … Continue reading

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