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At 15:45 on March 10, 2013, aikistitch said…

Hi Shirley,

I  used the cutter on a dental floss box for cutting threads on a plane:) Maybe an idea?

happy stitching


At 8:30 on March 10, 2013, Connie Kusevskis said…

Thank you for the nice comment Shirley, and yes you can take scissors with you on the plane as long as the blades are less than 4 inches, I was in Denmark in October and had no problem

At 16:41 on January 28, 2013, Noelle Ferry said…

Hi Shirley,

Thank you for asking me to be one of your SF friends.  I hope we get a chance to chat often.

 Connie Kusevskis responded to me about the picots: Picot's are difficult ... keep trying sooner or later it will happen.

I think next time I am going to use a second needle to hold the picot loop out until I snug, move on and finished the woven bar.  On that bookmark I was trying to do two picots, each side of the woven bar ... that wasn't  going to happen :)

I have several hardanger books from Nordic Needle and I am slowly working my way through them.  

On this particular bookmark, it was a kit and the multi-green size 5 Sullivan's came in the kit.  I think next time I am going to use a solid size 5 color thread as I think the pattern will pop more with a solid color.

I do like that scallop edge that Connie showed us.  Noelle

At 0:00 on January 13, 2013, kay mcfall said…

HI Shirley. Thank you for being my friend.

All the best for 2013.


At 8:58 on December 24, 2012, Francoise Beauchamp said…

Hello Shirley, thank you for being my friend.

Merry Christmass  and a Happy Stitching New Year for 2013.

I also like cross stitchs.


At 14:47 on December 4, 2012, Connie Kusevskis said…

Hi Shirley, welcome to stitchinfingers, it is nice to see another Hardanger stitcher here, I hope I will see some of your work soon.


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