Tea for two...just me and you, and you, and you...
And none of it would be possible, without the talents of Cori
from Chitter Chatter Designs.
Thanks Cori, for such a versatile and fun design.
And then there is Ms Mary...
The best cheerleader on the block.
She kept us organized and updated.
We couldn't have done it without you Mary!
None would be possible without our fearless leader Madame Samm.
Her inspiration and motivation is like none other!
Tea for two sounds so elegant doesn't it?
Unless of course you live in the MooseStash.
Not much elegance going on around here!
It's more like bulls in a china shop...
And what about that ole saying...
Can't make a silk scarf from a sows ear???
OK, so they aren't silk scarves, but stocking will do!
All this embroidery is pretty new to me...
and they say practice makes perfect.
While I have yet to reach that perfection stage...
I do think its improving.
Baby steps they say...baby steps!
I have found that printing off my patterns onto a
dissoluble stabilizer, is the only way to go, for me.
I get mine from Marathon. (it's linked for you)
Half the price for twice the product.
I prefer the rolls over the sheets. I can cut off what I need instead
having to waste an entire sheet if my project is small.
Once it's stitched, you just soak it in water and it all goes away, anyway.
Who knows, if you spent a little or a lot on that stabilizer!
I'm toying with trying it on a cross stitch project next!
Wouldn't it be great, if you didn't have to count all those little stitches!
You never know until you try...
Wrapping this up...
The reality of life around here, looks a lot like this...
And in the MooseStash...
This is our tea of choice.
If you love the taste of black licorice like I do...
That's no April foolin'
Now hop on over and see what's brewing at my fellow bloggers place!
Doris guest posting at Sew We Stitch