What have I been stitching?

Over the last few months, there’s been a lot of stitching! The cross stitch pieces…well, you’re going to have to wait a little to see those. They are my new releases for Expo at the end of the month and I’ll start sharing them soon.

I worked on a needlepainting embroidery piece – this is Japanese Anemone from the book The Kew Book of Embroidered Flowers by Trish Burr.

I also did some geometric embroidery after discovering wolfratsen – I think I first saw her work on Instagram somehow. Lover her sense of both color and geometry!

Most recently, I’ve been working on a little piece here and there, mostly during Zoom when I can have my camera off and am just watching a listening to a presentation. When I was packing up to move, I, of course, unearthed all kinds of things, purchased with the best of intentions to “give this a try.” This is Swedish weaving/Swedish embroidery/Huck weaving – take your pick of the correct name, because I’m really not sure of the difference between them. Something a little fun and different

I realize I am showing a variety of needlework styles here and it is something I talked about on my latest Flosstube video. Go check it out if you are interested.

More to catch you up on soon!

Published by worksbyabc

There is nothing that comforts me more than putting needle and thread to fabric or canvas. I've been stitching since I was a teenager, exploring all types of needlework - cross stitch, canvaswork, counted thread techniques like blackwork and Hardanger...you name it. All these years of stitching have led to my own design business. Most of my designs are cross stitch patterns, but I have also enjoyed creating beginner level canvaswork designs and blackwork patterns as well.

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