Many people before myself have talked about the "A Facsimile Edition of Weldon's Practical Needlework" books. My set of 12 books was printed in 2005 by Piecework Magazine. Each book is a bound copy of 12 issues of Weldon's Practical Needlework newsletters, one for each month of the year that they were originally published in. … Continue reading Weldon’s Practical Needlework
Being that all the other blocks have some completely filled in elements and the October block hadn't been done that way, I went back and added that in. I really think that it looks much more finished now. 🙂 Progress on the January block is going well.
The September Block is done! The January block was started and currently has two days worth of progress. I have pulled the already completed October block to add some filled in elements.
So, in my mind there is actually a difference between the two. A WIP (work in progress) is something that I am currently or have been recently (and intend to go back to shortly) been working on. A UFO is something that I haven't worked on in a LONG time or have set aside for… Continue reading WIPs vs. UFOs
Finally completed a project! A friend wanted alterations on her wedding dress for her June 27th wedding. She brought the dress over the end of January and we got to work. The first order of business was to shorten the opaque under layer. To begin, the skirt was pinned with "satin" pins. They don't leave… Continue reading Wedding dress & Veil