oyster stitches…these are lovely to work with, and I am so thankful that I can keep learning new stitches thanks to Sharon at pintangle, and Take a Stitch Tuesday.
I worked these in pearl cotton 8, 5, cotton floss and cotton broder…..
…and added some bullion knots here and there…as I stitched, I kept thinking of how the oyster – a living organism – creates a gem – pearls- by way of irritation…and am reminded of matthew 13:45-46
God’s creation is so wonderful! and His salvation by grace through faith in Lord Jesus Christ…He is the Only Way, the truth and the life
Wow! I received my very first blogging award today – from my stitching friend, latha, at mycreations . Her blog features lots of her beautifully cute creations – latha is superb at amigurumi! and other beautiful handiwork! Latha’s blog is a delight to follow – so become a follower!~
Thank you latha for my award :D
Hooray! got the early jump on the lovely Basque Stitch for this week, and am so excited I actually stitched…a peacock! I am progressing :) This stitch seemed hard, but after practicing, I really liked working it. This is part of Take a stitch Tuesday; you can find all the details, and even how to do the stitches, here at Sharon’s’ pintangle
come and join along! newbies are welcome! (like me – I was certainly welcomed!!)
continuing embroidery work
…some patchwork, some embroidery….
“…stir up the gift of God, which is in thee…For God hath not given us the spirit of fear; but of power, and of love, and of a sound mind.” 2 timothy 1:6-7
“…that ye be not soon shaken in mind…” 2 thessalonians 2:2
“And this word, Yet once more, signifieth the removing of those things that are shaken, as of things that are made, that those things which cannot be shaken remain.”
exploring colors with stitches and thread for the online class,
given by Karen Ruane – and was able to use some of the TAST stitches too :)
I am really learning a lot, and it is keeping me on my toes!