Tuesday, May 11, 2021

TNT: Turning a Corner


Even though the stitching table is still being used for soap I made some decent progress this week.

My little Quaker village has now gone around the block.

I managed a few more sails, some more rope and have started to back stitch the alphabet on the nautical sampler. I've got a few more batches of soap to make before I can get my stitching table back but I'm not complaining. It's been kind of fun getting out of my old routine and finding new places to sit and stitch. 


  1. Love your Quaker! And the nautical sampler is so detailed!! Lovely stitching Deb.

  2. You're making great progress. When I first saw the the soap photo, I thought it was slices of cake all lined up! Ha! You can see where my mind goes.
    Love both stitchery projects too. Especially the Quaker. Lovely. Did I tell you that I have the "Sheep Virtues" in being framed? I can't wait to get it back.

  3. I also love the Quaker village and I'm a bit jealous of your soap making skills xx

    1. I am a bit jealous of the expanse of her skills and how good she is at all of them!!

  4. Oooh, I love that little village around the center motif!

  5. The little village is cute. I like the birdie in the corner.

  6. Good job! Getting out is helpful isn't it? just to knit quietly? I may be sitting and knitting in a parka by the lake if it doesnt warm up soon.

  7. Bravo--you''ve done a great job on the soap and the stitching!