I hope you are all keeping safe and well in these strange times!
I meant to write last month, but we had a big storm here on 13 August. That day I stood in our kitchen looking out of the window talking to the cat when lightening forked down towards our house! I suddenly wondered what I was doing standing there when I heard a small "pop" ..... that was the lightening hitting the telepjone lines leading to our house. We had no internet for three weeks while the repairs went on!
Still, we have our connection again now and so today I’m joining Jo’s Gifted Gorgeousness, where we share gifts given and received over the month. Read all about it on Jo's blog hhttps://serendipitousstitching.blogspot.com/2020/09/september-gifted-gorgeousness-link-up.htmlere -
Darn, it's like starting at school all over again!!
This is a gift I received soon after “Lock down”, from one of my handicraft friends:
It is made in the method of EPP (English Paper Piecing) - i.e. lots of tiny pieces of material stitched together with teeny tiny stitches! You can just see the tiny stitches in the third photo.
NOT MY WORK
I felt so lucky to receive this present!
If you click on the photos you can see them close up, and you can just about see the stitches in this last photo!
Well this is my first post with the new Blogger system and I really don’t like it, and there are bound to be some odd things cropping up on my posts!
I wanted to show more photos but I’m afraid I might loose the ones I’ve managed to add if I try to!
Still, I’ll see if I can add them anyway, so if it looks funny you know why! No, I've changed my mind I'll pop back again soon to show you my latest cross stitch!
Hope you've had the chance to do some stitching this Summer and if you leave me a comment I'll try to come and visit to see what you've been making!
Oh, by the way, Jo of Serendipitous Stitching is holding her annual Halloween blog hop again this year - where we show our spooky stitching if we have any! Do pop over to Jo's to read what it's all about @ https://serendipitousstitching.blogspot.com/2020/09/september-wipocalypse-seasonal-stitching.html