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How we used to stitch.

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TAST week 6 Chevron with a twist

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What type of textile arts are you interested in?
Way back in the 1940's my mother and aunt taught me to sew on the old Singer treadle machine, to knit, and to embroider. I never mastered crochet though. I have knitted, stitched clothes, household linen, and pictures in different techniques, over the years.
For many years I ran after school craft clubs and hope I inspired lots of children to continue a lovely hobby.
I love fabrics, fibres, embroidery, and my newest craft, hand needlefelting, which I started just a few weeks ago. We're never too old to learn! Maybe I should take up crochet again, try weaving, and I've not done drawn thread work yet.
What's your favorite type of needlework?
At home in England.
How did you learn about Stitchin' Fingers? (Search Engine, a friend, another website?)

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At 3:59 on April 4, 2010, Claire Cousins said…
Thanks for your lovely comments, Ilove your ATCs
At 11:49 on May 18, 2009, Karen W. Gronau said…
Thanks for the compliment, Connie. BTW, I'm not exactly one of those "younger people" that you refer to as I'll be 61 in August.
At 0:24 on May 15, 2009, Pallavi Ashish said…
journey to your blog was fantastic, your work is awesome
At 15:11 on May 12, 2009, Karen W. Gronau said…
Connie, I just finished viewing your craftwork. You are so creative. Thanks for spending the time posting them. I'm sure you've inspired many!
At 0:30 on May 9, 2009, twinkx said…
Connie, love your work, the abstract random crazy pieces are divine!!!
And anything with flowers touches my heart. So pretty!! thank you for sharing.
At 2:12 on January 3, 2009, Miriam said…
Thanks Connie, and best wishes for you and your family as well. Miriam
At 12:42 on November 19, 2008, Miriam said…
Hi Connie,

Thanks for your comments on my blog, regarding the baubles. I think you will publish probably a picture of your second bauble as well on your own blog. Is it allright if I copy your bauble pictures to show them on my blog to the readers?

Regards from Utrecht, the Netherlands, Miriam
At 5:52 on August 20, 2008, Judith said…
Connie, your envelope arrived this morning, thank you so much,all the fabric squares are super I shall use them all and I've had an idea for the butterflies and the threads will be very useful one looks just like foam on the sea (but then you knew that, didn't you ?) also if you are interested the postcard group are about to do a swap just in case you missed it.Warmest wishes Judith.
At 5:42 on August 19, 2008, Judith said…
Connie, thank you for your email,I look forward to my deckchairs ! wish the weather was suitable for sitting in a real one,it's been so cold and windy here.I've been "lurking"on your blog for a while now,since seeing all your lovely photos on this site.I think the tie idea is very clever,I'm not sure what my husband Vic thought a couple of days ago when he found me going through his wardrobe, putting some ties to one side, he said "are taking those to the charity shop?I might need them" he retired last year so he doesn't.I assured I wasn't taking them anywhere !! Thanks for your comments on my stitching,perhaps one day we could do a postcard or ATC swap.I don't have a blog, I spend far too much time reading other peoples and I only started using a computer last year, so I'm a bit slow ! Thanks again, speak to you soon, best wishes Judith.
At 4:47 on August 17, 2008, Judith said…
Hi Connie,just been looking at your new photos, love the CQ blocks, great colours,did you get the deckchair fabric in the UK, I'm doing a seaside book and it would be wonderful to use in it,if you can remember where it came from could you please let me know.Many thanks Judith.

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