Not Quite

Not Quite

I wanted to get page 20 of Computer Catastrophes done before the end of October but unfortunately I wasn’t able to.  But I did manage to get it finished on the 1st of November instead.

Computer Catastrophes 1st November

Computer Catastrophes 1st November

I might have hit my October target except that I totally ran out of one colour.  I’m sure I had a spare and I’m sure that I put it onto a bobbin but I just do not know where it could have gone to.  I’ve been through my boxes and drawers and double checked that it hasn’t been put back in the wrong place but no luck.  Spares arrived on Wednesday so I had some filling in of the gaps to do but I think that I’ve caught them all now.

Feeling like a bit of a change now so I’m going to get Eternal Promise out for another page or two I fancy a bit of confetti madness.

Nikki

A crafter of many years, now using this blog to share my ongoing projects and tips for others to enjoy. I mainly concentrate now on Heaven and Earth cross stitch designs - with several projects on the go at any one time. Also often found knitting shawls and socks, papercrafting. Easily distracted by new cross stitch patterns. Slave to a tyrannical black n white cat called Yuen.

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Comments ( 4 )
  1. Kim
    November 3, 2013 at 10:08 pm

    How fantastic is that looking. I’m insanely jealous of your beautiful progress

  2. Alicia
    November 7, 2013 at 3:33 am

    I love how the test tubes turned out. Very cool and beautiful progress!

  3. Judith
    November 12, 2013 at 7:22 am

    Looks great! How do you start and finish your threads? I am always using two threads, but starting a project with one thread, no idea how to start and finish with one thread. Hope you can help me. Love your parking tutorial.

  4. Nikki
    Nikki
    November 19, 2013 at 2:20 pm

    I start my threads by trapping the tail under the loop created by the stitch that I’m creating. I’ve always done it that way regardless of using one or two strands it’s the way I learnt from kits and patterns. Finishing I just run my needle through a few of the stitches at the back of my work just so it is secure

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