This is how my ORT Jar looked on April 19, 2015.
I didn’t stitch very much in February and March, so there has not been that many ORTs to put in the jar. I have also discovered the loop method for starting threads, which means that there are even fewer ORTs to add to the jar. I take it as a sign that I don’t waste floss.
This is my start on the Baked Alaska by Glendon Place as of April 15, 2015. The picture is actually taken on April 19, but as I haven’t touched it since March 13, it doesn’t really matter.
I was enjoying stitching on this, but I had a period where I had lots of other commitments and I only stitched on a couple of small projects. I hope to get back to this soon.
Topic: Which specialty stitches do you love doing on projects? Which do you dread?
- Bee’s Needleworks – Tree of Stitches
- Blackwork Journey – Save the Stitches
- Châtelaine – Workshop 1
- Châtelaine – Workshop 2
- CloudsFactory – 2015 Zodiac Sampler
- The Frosted Pumpkin Stitchery – 2015 Story Time Sampler
- The Frosted Pumpkin Stitchery – Autumn Harvest Festival
- The Frosted Pumpkin Stitchery – Christmas Celebration Sampler
- Glendon Place – Baked Alaska
- HAED – Dona Gelsinger – Teddy Bear Tree
- HAED – Aimee Stewart – World Traveler Bookshelf (Large)
- InkCircles – Celebrate Diversity
- Nora Corbett – Bluebell Pixie
- Passione Ricamo – Under the Sea – Mystery SAL 04
- New cuffs for my bunad shirt