If you are sensing a Winter Theme here in Sewtopia this week, you are probably correct. There is something enchanting to me when photographing falling and fallen snow. This is a panorama from my front doorstep of the field across the street with a rising sun casting a peculiar shimmering light. I am sure there is some grand meteorological term for this but not in my vocabulary.
OK, now to the subject at hand:
So here I am stitching away with my very textured 50% wool 50% poly thread, adding all kinds of Primly texture and these little buggers are lifting right off the wool. And I did read and follow all instructions because my prior experience with the product was mixed but I had not ever used it on wool. I even added some 'wonky' stitching to make it look more Primitive. ( did you actually believe that? Not true, just some sloppy work:)
- I really like working with wool.
- I need to bring up my little Ott light for my evening hand work. I was really having trouble seeing my stitching. The blue thread is photographing very light here but it is dark and blended too well against the black background. I need more light. Old eyes.
- A cuddle-up in my favorite chair, quilt in place, crackly fire and a cup of tea, a little wool project in hand, now that is as good as it gets on a very cold and snowy evening.