Stitched on 28 count dyed linen, one thread over two,
it was so inspiring and so beautiful!
I could hardly sleep!
take pictures and just socialize with each other.
We were happy to be together sharing what we loved.
I enjoyed every minute of the day!
(This was such a great idea)
She lives a life of joy, peace and love of family.
In her spare time, she creates beautiful needlework patterns,
for others to create and enjoy for their homes.
She is a soft, loving and oh so very talented needlewoman.
Some people you just know are good folk,
she is definitely one.
Grabbing a selfie with Beth on Friday at the Open House
"I could use a little more stitching in my life"
Thread Colors for our project
The Sampler Kit we were given on Saturday
Here is Beth's Original to inspire us
Friday's Kit Surprise at Check-In
How adorable is this!
"Stitch or Die"
I recently completed her
Needlework Roll ... Pat Ryan and I did our own "stitch along"
and we finished just in time for the Retreat!
My completed Needle Roll
She was stitching at our table on her own piece and I
noticed she was stitching so effortlessly!
I showed an interest in the way she was stitching
and she began to show
I am going at a slow and deliberate pace,
it is so worth it.
Learning the "sewing method" ... One stitch at a time
Pat and Ann ... How I love these true needlewomen!
Blessed by their friendship and love for sure
Morning Session Students
photo credit by Beth Twist/Donna Rae Barrow