May 2014 archive

May 16

Glen’s Huge Frame

Now I thought my frame was big but look at Glen’s set up for her HAED design.

May 15


Why not join in the with the 2014 Tuscal, have a read below and sign up here, if you are wanting to have a go.
What is an ORT? ORT or ort ~ Capitalized, it stands for Old Ratty Threads.
These are the cast-off thread ends a needleworker cuts away. These ends are often saved

May 15

Inchy Exchange

If you would like to join the new Inchy Exchange, then add your name on this thread and we will pair each other up.
You can make anything that is an inch squared. It can be a keyring, notebook like what Lynda made or anything that you can put a inch piece of stitching on,

May 15

Lisa’s Crochet Throw Update

Here is a little update from Lisa on her crochet throw.  I just love crocheting these throws.  Must have a go again.

May 14

Lynda’s Inchy Motif Notebook

Here is Lynda’s first attempt at an altered notebook, with an inch square motif cross stitched on 28 count Jobelanss stitch motif.
Love it, I want one…lol

May 14

Glen’s Mirabillia Winter White Santa – WIP

Here is Glen’s Mirabillia Winter White Santa on some speciality fabric.  Great work Glen.  If you go to Glen’s page you can see what the finished work will look like, click here.

May 14

Lynda’s Inchy Motif

Lynda has nearly finished her inchy motif for her notebook, I can’t wait to see it all together.  Brilliant.  We must do an Inchy activity?

May 14

Jo’s Midnight Dance Update

Jo has been rather poorly that last few days to a week or so, but she’s kept at her Midnight Dance and look at it now. Jo we hope you feel better really soon and you can get your operation done quickly and safely xx.
You can see all Jo’s update and follow her progress

May 14

April Competition – Vote Time

We have now closed the April competition and we would like all members to pop along today if possible to vote for their favourite entry.
You need to go here on the forum
Here are the entries we have received.

Entry 1 above

Entry 2 above

May 13

Welcome back Glen

I’d like to welcome Glen back to our little group.  We’ve missed you while you have been away, so you’ll have to tell us what you have been up to.