I keep waiting for you to run out of stitches! Doesn't look like it's going to happen anytime soon. Love this series Janet!
Hah, I'll probably never run out! I am running out of easy stitches, though. It's getting harder and harder to take just a couple of photos to explain a stitch. Like bullion roses are so cool but they'll need about 20 pictures to show them properly. I'm not sure I have the time, you know?
woo hoo!! :)
Today's stitches are very cute, but it looks like things are getting harder. Uh-oh. I'd better keep up with the homework.
thanks for this great tutorial !!!
This is a beautiful stitch!! WOW!
Thanks for this one. What a great knot stitch!
just discovered your site -- i love the stitch tutorials! thank you!
I so love you for this.
Thanks! This is hugely helpful.
Great tutorial! Awesome clear pics too. http://nikisventures.blogspot.com/NIKI
i love your blog very much...thank you for giving me such unbelievable guide on how to stitch...I'll be your No.1 fan
Your examples are so easy to follow! Thank you!
a stitch i loved so much in my childhood.....i have used this stitch vastly... but forgot..thanx for making me recollect.. ut tutorials are too good
I just found your site and LOVE IT!! I had seen the palestrina stitch a few weeks ago and then couldn't remember the name of it! I just can't believe I found it on my first google site. I am a cross stitcher right now, but used to do a lot of embroidery years ago. I just did a small piece of sweet embroidery and needed an edging a little fancier than the blanket stitch and this will do the trick nicely, I believe! I've bookmarked your site and look forward to seeing more tutorials. They are so simple and precise! Many thanks!
I have to say your method for double knot is wayyy better than what my teacher told me a few days ago lol! Thx a bunch! :D
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