Christie's Cross Stitch Creations

Sunday, February 14, 2021

Some Swedish weaving.

 It's been a long while since I posted. Life has been very busy lately and I haven't really done a lot of crafting. I'm trying to work on some swedish weaving and keep getting side tracked. 


I hope that you are doing well and hope that you hang in there with me during all this craziness going on. 

Stay Safe out there please. 

2 of the 3 projects I am working on at the moment. The 3rd one is in  the car as a to go project while waiting on the husband at dr. appts. I sit in the car  and work on it and not have to wear a mask since I  wear a mask every day at work and every where else I go on errands. Never leave home without one please. 


First up is Mountain Pines from Learn to Make Monk's Cloth Afghans. Found on Amazon

I finally found a very reputable place online where I order Monk's Cloth. I love this site and find everything I need, so a big shout out to Monk's Cloth Lady Always fast shipping and very reasonable prices!


I'm a little over half way done with this one. The other one I am working on is Ocean Waves from the same book. 

2nd project I just started and ordered Winter Crystal from Christine's Swedish Weaving - Fun Fast Patterns

This one is for a table runner but  I am modifying it for placemats. I'm using 11 count Christmas green adia from the same supplier Christine's Swedish Weaving. 

Aunt Lydia's Crochet Thread #10 in metallic gold for the border and Aunt Lydia's Crochet Thread #10 in Cardinal Red. I bought the thread from Michaels craft store.




That's all for now.... Until Next Time...................

Happy Stitching and May you have smokin' needles...xxx





2 comments:

  1. Oh my you have had a smokin needle, you have made great progress on the top design.
    I really like the green fabric it pops the green color, it will look lovely on your table at Christmas, I will be looking forward to seeing them done.

    Catherine

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  2. Beautiful projects! I am really interested in seeing how the metallic crochet thread works out. I bet it is going to be pretty!

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