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Spinning at Can Games

  JAN’S BLOG POST; CAN GAMES Spontaneous Demoing 2018 For a number of years I have followed my husband to the local board gaming convention on the May long weekend (Can Games). In exchange for my support of his hobby, … Continue reading

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More Stitches

I have now worked my way through the stitch dictionary at  http://www.embroidery.rocksea.org/reference/picture-dictionary/ It took a while but I worked my way through all the stitch families. I did get lazy near the end and I didn’t do all the wrapped … Continue reading

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Adventurous Colour

I was fortunate enough to spend last weekend  drawing in the beautiful landscapes around West Dean with Mark Cazalet. He was an excellent tutor and the sun shone for us every day. I signed up for this course hoping to … Continue reading

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What To Do With All The Little Bits Or Fun Batts

I am very busy getting ready for the first Farmers market of the season and forgot it was my turn to make a blog post. I thought You might like to see this one from 2012 again. Ann Last week … Continue reading

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Learning to Hand Stitch

I really like the way stitching looks on felt. I like machine stitching and took Ruths on line class. Machine stitching class  It was very good. I need to do lots more practice. I am a little busy around home and … Continue reading

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Time For Tea

I took three tea cosies along to a craft fair I attended last year and I sold all three.  They were two sheep cosies in natural wool (Corriedale) and the third was a blue Merino cosy. I have plans to … Continue reading

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Second quarter Challenge, Nuno Felt Surface Design.

The second quarter is already here, I am not sure how that happened. I think using fabric as a surface design instead of a base is a good idea for the second quarter. Use cotton or silk or rayon or … Continue reading

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