Thursday, 6 August 2009

Stitching mojo may have returned

Well I finally picked up a needle and thread on Monday night. After contemplating a new start and then deciding I had quite enough WIP's as it was, I decided to do the last part of How Does Your Garden Grow? This was really quick to do. I stitched it all in one evening and then beaded it Tuesday morning. Now I have a problem - it needed washing and off course needs ironing. The trouble is I used invisible thread to attach the beads and if I iron it I suspect the beads will all drop off! Any ideas what I can do??

After finishing that, I decided to finish off June Zooms as there wasn't a lot to do on it. That got finished Tuesday too.
On Wednesday I finished January Snows and started March Blows, which I finished today. Finally, more than 5 years after it was started, the whole series is finally stitched!!

I contemplated a new start and even picked out a chart and found the fabric for it. Unfortuantely I can't find where on earth I put the threads for it!


Carolyn NC said...

Garden is just stunning! Love the series, too. Glad to hear from you again on blogland!

Beth said...

They look really good.
Glad you're stitching again.

SGVChicago said...

Thanks heavens your MOJO returned...lovely stitching!

Sharon said...

They look great! Congrats!

Kristin said...

They all look amazing. I really need to finish my How Does Your Garden Grow.

Jo said...

Great to hear your mojo returned, and how!!! what a lovely set of stitching.

For the magin thread, I've never tried it, but I'd suggest attaching a few beads to a scrap of fabbie and test it - perhaps with a cloth (hanky, tea towel) between the orin and the xs. Ironing on the reverse with a terry towel underneath of course... multiple layers, but it may help! But definitely on a test piece first.