"I not only mix thread types in the same dyepot (or actually i lay them around the edge of a white (so I can see the colours easily) recycled ice-cream container but I also often use white, ecru (think slightly brownish cream) and a pale grey of the…"
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You are so right that it would be a huge undertaking to do this for a large part of the stitch dictionary. But obviously lots of people are interested.
What about doing a few basic stitches for free and releasing the rest as a CDRom…"
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Thanks for your answer to my Art Deco question. I have followed the links and found them to be quite useful. Will also check out Amazon - I already tend to spend too much time there - my bank balance is bulging (in the wrong direction) as much as my bookshelves are.
By the way - are you Jacqui from Sharon's cq class? How is your block going?
I still have not finished mine, but hopefully only another couple of weeks.
Iris (flaxleafemb from cq class)
Hopefully one day I will be able to get to visit NZ - have a few friends there. Napier has long been top on my list of places I would love to see.
Jackie. Sorry I just saw your question about the Sassa Lynne threads.
I get mine from a lady in the states who bulk buys them. I have never even been able to get into the Sassa website!!
If you are keen to know more, let me know. She has some in her etsy shop, and Evening Star Designs sells them now too Although I have never had any luck getting an order thru to them. Incompatible computers or something...
We can always get together sometime and you can fondle my threads!! lol