The almost true exploits of an intrepid spinster and her stitching...and all of the things that make up her crazy, happy, quiet little life.
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Dear Coni: How oh How do you get the q-snaps on with what looks like felt? They are so hard to put on. Help. Joyce
Hi, Joyce! I cut strips of felt, lay them on the edges, and then push the tops of the q-snaps on. I suspect that yours are still spanky new and perhaps mine a little older, thus the room for the felt?
I love the pattern choice and would love to know what fabric you are using - it's gorgeous.
Chello! I'm sorry that I don't remember the name of the linen, but I do know that it's from Picture This Plus. I pulled it from my scrap linen bin, and I'm a boob and don't have labels on anything.
I have ordered a q-snap thru Ebay & am eager for it to arrive - hopely soon. The fabric looks elegant.
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Could you please give me some advice on how to decide on what stitch I am going to use on needlepoint. I have a book with quite a few stitches, but I don't know how to determine what kind of stitch to use. Is it just trial and error? I hope you have some kind of formula to use. Thanks for your input. Lynn
Kudos to you for getting what I refer to as the boring part out of the way. Now for all the fun stitching!