Voodoo in violet | HAED

Hello Peeps! My stitching bug has made an appearance and finally came out of Summer hibernation with an extra zest of pro-activity Great news! I have now started a new project... an HAED! Voodoo in violet from Jasmine Becket-Griffith's artwork (Big thank you to Keebles for letting me discover the world of Strangeling) 

400 stitches wide by 557 stitches high
88 colours

Finished design should measure
16 inches wide by 22-1/4 inches high
 Worked on white 25 count magic guide evenweave fabric using DMC threads 1 over 1, full crosses. Started on 14/09/2017 Update / progress to follow after my first week of fun. Toodles, Mii

Needle Minder Exchange

Hello Peeps!

Time to show you the lovely makes that have been made & received
for the Needle Minder Exchange I have organised to keep us busy this summer

I believe it was a great success and that all participants had fun!
Here is the list of all the lovely ladies that took part:
Kaye and Lorynn


So this is what I've sent to Carrie

Summer Crazy | Fun in the Sun by Lizzie Kate
Stitched on 18 ct Rustico Aida fabric from Sewitall, 2 over 1
Using DMC threads 
Finished off as an ornament Simply fixed on a plate I got from my local Hobby Craft Thanks Andrea for the idea ;)
 Sadly, I forgot to take picture of the needle minder and the skeins of DMC
Here is picture from the website, this is a Zappy Dots  OoOoO And these are the cute goodies I have received from Karyn! - Minus the blue DMC skein, as it is now being used for a new project, but this is for another post! - Thank you sweetie! I love my needle minder and your little make wil…

A kiss for snowman | Dimensions

Hello Peeps, While recuperating from my eyes surgery, back in June, I spent my time off stitching to my heart's content. The weather was warm at the time and I ended up starting a cheeky new project that would make me feel a bit cooler A kiss for snowman from Dimensions Designed by Hazel Lincoln

This beautiful design comes as a kit, which contains 18 count white Aida fabric, pre-sorted stranded cotton threads & needle. Of course, I cannot work on 18 count fabric, this is way too small for me to cope. So I have swapped it for a bigger 16 count, from Sewitall. I have also been extra careful not to waste any of the threads. Fingers crossed I will have enough to finish it, otherwise I will have to explain my dilemma to Dimensions and hope they can help me. I have used their kits in the past and always ended up with plenty spare threads, so we shall see. This is where I have left it, after a week of work.

I do have quite a few on going WIPs at the moment, but I will try my best to…