TAST Break Week 1

TAST Break Week 1

TAST Break Week 1

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This is TAST Break Week 1. Last week, I mentioned that we would have a catch-up week. If you are up to date with your homework, take a little break. I don’t know a stitcher who has not got other projects to work on – so this is your chance πŸ™‚

Close detail of thread twisties

For those of you who are in catch-up mode, this week gives you a little time. Catch-up weeks are important. It is really easy to fall a bit behind as we all have busy lives. What I hope to prevent is people slipping behind, then getting discouraged, as the main aim of TAST and the reason I run it, is that I love embroidery and I love to introduce people to embroidery, so I want to see everyone succeed. And here at Pintangle, I also have a chance to take a breath, and work on my own UFOs (unfinished objects) β€”Β so you see, we’re all in the same boat really πŸ™‚ We’ll be back here next week with another stitch and I’m so looking forward to seeing what you all come up with πŸ™‚

Have you seen my stitchers templates?

As someone who loves crazy quilting and embroidery, I designed these templates with other stitchers in mind. With my templates, you can create hundreds of different patterns to use in your stitching and crazy quilting projects. They are easy to use, and totally clear so you can position them easily. Oh, and they are compact so they fit neatly in your sewing box. Designed by a stitcher for stitchers.

To see what they look like, find out about the free ebook of patterns that come with them visit the information pages. You can find out more about both sets by simply going to our Pintangle shop.

4 Comments

  1. Hi Sharon, I noticed on your latest post that you were using a white pencil in one of your shots. Do you sell these or tell me where I can purchase them. I have 5 bird types and none of them work. Thank you so much. Beverleu

    Beverley Glab

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