On the next installment of the mystery SAL I have returned to my rotation and I finished “His Name is Jesus”. It is a freebie I downloaded from Joyful Expressions and it is designed by Wayne Dickinson. There are only three colors of floss required for this chart and you can basically stitch it in any color. Traditionally it has been stitched using three shades of the same color, like I did here with the blues. I think a variegated floss would probably work nicely too. I may try that the next time I stitch this chart.
As I was reading other blogs earlier I discovered the “Victorian Motto Sampler Shoppe” give-away, this tip was over on Karen’s blog “My Stitchy Ramblings”. These are some very beautiful hand dyed threads; you may be interested in participating.
I have decided to work on the next part of the black & white project. This is the next to the last part and then I can start thinking about how to arrange them into a quilt like wall hanging.
Speaking of quilting this is a statue given to me by my hubby for Christmas a couple of years ago. I just love that it represents handing down a beautiful craft from one generation to another. There is an actual quilt like the one being worked on in the statue; I may have to order it if it is still available. This statue is designed by Thomas Blackshear’s.
Thank you all for stopping by and until next time I’ll be making those wonderful little xxs.