Welcome to the weekly hand stitching party where we celebrate and enjoy a wide variety of stitching options! It's very hot here this weekend, so I'll be sitting beside the air conditioner and stitching with a minimum of movements!
What are you stitching today? I hope you will link up your blog or instagram post and share your hand stitching project with us. I am always amazed at the wide range of projects that talented stitchers around the world are creating.
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Learning new stitches is so rewarding. I've been learning lots of new embroidery stitches, slowly but surely. Happy Sunday
I'm also knitting more lately - just hats because it's too hot for big projects in the lap. If you like the hand of this combination of needles and yarn, just reduce the number of stitches (by the number of stitches in a pattern repeat).
Great way to learn new knitting stitches! Thanks for hosting SSS every week! Gail
That stitch makes a neat design! And a pretty color to knit with, too. Enjoy your stitching today, Kathy!
No hand stitching yet, but I am working on a wool design for fall. Your knitting stitch is really nice!
The bee stitch is so sweet. My mother made lots of thongs with it. I have already a coat she knitted with bee stitch for me. Your orange dishcloth is looking great. For a future work Smaller (finer) needles for the same yarn and you will get the size. Happy stitching.
Dishcloths are meant to be stretchy--this color you've chosen to use is just lovely...Nice work...hugs, Julierose
I'm sure some of the knitters would be able to tell you why your piece is larger - possible smaller needles and finer yarn? I'm a beginner at that so I don't know
Awesome that you are learning new stitches!
Your new dishcloth looks beautiful! I like that stitch.
Your knitting looks fabulous and what a lovely pattern. Gorgeous yarn color too. Have a wonderful day. Thank you for hosting the link party
Your knitting looks great, and kudos to you for learning new stitches. Happy stitching!
It’s been a joy to see your progress with knitting! Yes, if it’s like crochet, smaller needles might work. Very lovely though!
It is very hot here, too and has been for many days. I have been staying inside and enjoying he air conditioning while I sit and stitch. Your knitting is looking lovely. I used to knit but crochet is my chosen yarn love now. Thank you for hosting ... :) Pat
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