Kimberly Boldt
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  • The Dalles, Oregon
  • United States
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What type of textile arts are you interested in?
Counted thread embroidery (mostly cross stitch, decorative stitches and hardanger), crazy quilting, sane quilting. I enjoy designing my own pieces rather than following a pattern, and prefer traditional vs. contemporary.
What's your favorite type of needlework?
Self-taught. My mother, a phenomenal knitter, always encouraged me to have handwork.

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At 19:05 on July 1, 2010, Catherine Ronan said…
Thank you for the nice comment you left about my needle case. Once I stitched the gauze I thought... What am I going to do with this? LOL So I made it into the needle case. It has magnets inside so it will stay closed.
At 17:47 on June 26, 2009, Jo in NZ said…
Thanks for your compliments on my work Kimberly. Your needlework is lovely too.
At 13:21 on June 26, 2009, Rengin Yazitas said…
Hi Kimberly,
Thanks so much for your lovely words about my work. Please visit my blog when you have time:)) Happy stitching,
Rengin
http://renginscolors.blogspot.com/
At 18:30 on April 28, 2009, Jeanne Theunissen said…
I hope you post pictures when you're finished. I'd love to see it! I've been hoarding Hardanger books of all sorts lately, and hanging out at eBay a lot to see what I can find. I've managed to find a lot of the old Award Winning Designs books online that way, and finding other sites that sell Hardanger books.
At 17:09 on April 27, 2009, Jeanne Theunissen said…
Did you try copy/pasting it in the address bar? Anyway, as soon as I saw that picture, I recognised it right away. I tried to email the person, but it came back as undeliverable. :-(
At 19:36 on April 26, 2009, Jeanne Theunissen said…
Hi Kimberly!
When I first signed in to this group, yours was the first thumbnail I rolled across, and I immediately recognised your name from the tablecloth you did for the 1998 Award Winning Designs book. I've admired that pattern for some time now, but don't know that I would ever get around to actually stitching it. I have so many other things already planned! Anyway, I just ran across your tablecloth again a few weeks ago; someone else had stitched it and posted a picture of it on their website. Here it is, if you'd like to take a look:

http://home.southcom.com.au/~cmbrown/Assets/Hardanger/pages/Table%20Cloth.htm
At 20:32 on December 1, 2008, MichelleMermaid said…
HI Kimberly!
You know, of all the ornaments I've made this year those green plaid ones have gotten the most favorable responses from friends. I really like the way they turned out and plan to make some more. My mom has a couple on order!
At 12:15 on November 30, 2008, MichelleMermaid said…
Hi Kimberly!
I received your lovely card yesterday, thanks so much! And, you are very welcome for the ornament. I had a lot of fun making them. By the way, which one did you get? I made three fans and am curious to know which one your received.
Take care and Merry Christmas!
Dakotah
At 17:40 on June 29, 2008, Pam Kellogg said…
Hi Kimberly, thanks for the lovely compliment on my stitching! To do my borders, I use a product called Waste Canvas and my own charted borders from my book. I don't know if I'm allowed to mention it here so I'll just say that you can find my book in the sidebar on my blog. http://www.kittyandme.com/

Thanks again for your compliments!

Pam
At 11:59 on June 18, 2008, Vera said…
Hi, Kimberly! I can't believe that, to imagine to take my needlework in the church is here unthinkable ;-)) , but amusing.
I think we are looking forward to see your creations.
And congratulation that Nordic Needle has published them.

My design is really without cross stitch, but I created small patches with Swarowsky rhinestones and pearls for applying on a jeans, bag or something else for a magazine here in Switzerland.
I want to motivate the young stitchers. Here in Europe and special here in Switzerland no one is stitching.

Maybe I can help to do a little step for the future.

Happy stitching
Vera
 
 
 

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