“Take a Stitch Tuesdays” sounds very interesting… and like it will be a lot of fun. I’m really enjoying learning new stitches and experimenting with them in your personal library of stitches class, so I think this will be a perfect “continuation” of that. I definitely plan on participating!
I would love to participate in the book discussion. There are so many art related books that are non tutorial and yet so inspiring. Anyone interested in The Bloomsbury Group or Dadaism? How about the true Bohemians?
Hello, I would love to participate to your “Take a Stitch Tuesdays”, so please let me know when you start !
Also, could you tell me what sort of threads you’re going to use, as I live in a country where there isn’t much choice, I should manage to find them before we start…
Thanks a lot, and hope to “hear” you soon !
Please sign me up for your Take a Stitch Tuesdays. Some of my friends at Quilt Studio had a great learning time with the 100 Stitches project. I’ve done fancy stitches in needlepoint but want to learn how to embellish quilts.
Helend – there is no reason why you can’t take part without a blog or flickr account – but it means people can’t see your work – a flickr acount is free and it means everyone can see what you have done and you can get feedback – you are welcome to join no matter what but I am encouraging people to post their images –
Please include me on the list for take a stitch tuesday challange. I have not been doing very much stitching and this will get me going again. I look forward to the new year and begining this challange.
Is there a way to get a print out of your Tuesday Stitches, I am just now starting to learn this and would love to add these to my library and do them, but I don’t think I should join now as I would not be able to catch up as it is so late in the year.
UNICEF has a charming needlework design of Santa and reindeer on one of the Christmas cards they’re offering in this year’s catalog. they have an embroidery enhanced frame and a journal,too.Some of the card designs that aren’t originally needlework just beg to be translated into it. Can’t give you a link, but definitely worth Googling UNICEF+Christmas cards.
OOPS! A coworker here has just advised me that the catalog of cards and gifts I wrote about is at http://www.unicefusa.org and may not be in the catalogs published in other countries. I don’t know why they wouldn’t be, but they’re still worth searching out.
Take a stitch Tuesday is a great idea! I just stumbled onto it, so it’s too late for me to be part of the challenge, but I’m going to work through it on my own as I can. Thanks for providing it, Sharon.
I have heard a lot about TAST. Is this going to continue next year. I would really like to participate in this.
I will begin to work the stitches on my own, also. It is never too late to learn something new or refresh something learned at another time.
Thank you for all you have to offer.
Still attempting to get this cahallenge completed even though I’ve been ill recently, will get some pictures posted this week, thanks for your kind comments Sharon on my blog http://littleworksofart.blogspot.com
Came across your challenge recently and wished I’d been in at the start as I love hand stitching. I would go through them on my own but I need the stiumulous of a challenge to motivate me. Are you doing another challenge?
I’m really behind in catching up, but I am still trying to get there. Recently you asked for an update as to how many were still working the TAST lessons. I’m one that is still plodding along.
Thanks for all the work and time you have spent during this project. It is always so much fun to read, and plan on working through everything you send.
Dee in Ontario. Can
Last januari I started with TAST. I’m planning to do one stitch every week in the same week you did it last year. So far I finished every stitch (I only skipped the cross stitch). I put photo’s on my blog with the label TAST. Your site is a great help for me, thanks for your challenge.