Hello my crafty stitchers! Talli here again. Week 5 marks a switch to monthly newsletters with four patterns instead of one pattern/newsletter per week. This way you can choose your own pace to stitch the emblems! Without further ado, let's get to the patterns. Week 5: Blessing of the Unmade Colors: 444, 3820, 3852, 720,... Continue Reading →
If you follow me on social media, you know that one of my favorite things to do is to craft up your neighborhood. Over the years, I've gone to a lot of places and plan to keep the tradition going for years to come. Now it's finally time to chronicle all of the places --... Continue Reading →
I swear, everything I make is not Bungie related. That being said, they came out with their trailer for their Festival of the Lost, and boom, next thing I knew I was spending a couple of hours whipping up a chart for their latest emblem. (You know what they say, resistance is futile and all... Continue Reading →
Back when I decided to make this Destiny cross-stitch, I had no idea just A.) how long it would take and B.) how difficult working with a single color is. (I mean, it's like yaaaaawn.) That being said, this is my largest Destiny cross-stitch to date, overthrowing the Cross-Stitch of Doom that started the trip... Continue Reading →
Another day, another Destiny craft. Really, it's not my fault that Bungie makes things that call to my cross-stitching soul. But, if you want to be subtly geeky on Valentine's Day, this pattern works because to the average person, it'll look like a heart with a design on it. To the Destiny playing person,... Continue Reading →
I love me some Kingdom Hearts. And after last week's E3 trailer (with a Tangled level!!!), I knew I had to make the Heartless symbol that had been waiting for me. I decided to pull out the water soluable canvas for this one -- I wanted the red to really pop against the black. And... Continue Reading →
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Ahh, the loop method, my favorite way of starting a new thread. It's simple and I'm gonna show you how to do it. This tutorial is going to assume you're needing to work with two strands. First, you're going to take double the length of ONE strand you need. Next, take the strand, fold it... Continue Reading →