Hi JoWynn!You have a good start on your blog. I like your buttonhole ... lots of colour & texture. You asked what kind of needle I use for the heavier yarns. It is very scientific. I bought a large pkg. of various sizes and use whatever will work. I think the needle I used with the onion bags was the type used to sew sweaters together - large eye & dull point.Happy sewing!
Congrats on loading your first picture! It's very intriguing - all those colors interspersed with the different stitches. Welcome to blogville!
Thanks for dropping by and leaving a commentJoWynn and I'm glad to see you have started using the blog.I only started in January this year with the TAST challenge and now you can't stop me.Keep going.
Congratulations on the blog, this piece is a great start. I will look forward to seeing more.
Hi JoWynn, thanks for visiting my blog and leaving a tag. I will endeavour to answer it soon. I love you buttonhole stitch sampler, the denim is a great foundation for your dyed threads and I like the different textures created by the stitching.CA
Hi JoWynn, nice to meet you, thanks for the visit and the information! Welcome to blogland. Your buttonhole stitch circle is like a gentle collage. Happy stitching and happy blogging!Smiles, Cat
Welcome to the blogworld! I just started one on Jan.1 of this year and am really enjoying it.Love your stitchery.
Wonderful work JoWynn! How original. I spend an hour today doing a chain stitch to fill in the strips of a cat. I will look forward to seeing your work!!!
Hi JoWynn thanks for nice comment on my blog, love your buttonhole piece, the best thing about blogging is that you become inspired to visit other bloggers and see what they are working with, enjoy your life with blogging.Anni
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