TAST Interview with Kimberley our Chicken Little Lady

Most weeks Kimberley has made the TAST facebook group smile. I think of Kimberley as “The Chicken Little Lady” and is well known in the TAST group because of her talent. This interview is opens the door a little to the thoughts of a very creative woman. Kimberley has a …

TAST Interview with Chitra of Jizee6687’s Weblog

The next embroiderer I would like to introduce readers to is someone I have been reading for nearly decade. Chitra started her blog Jizee6687’s Weblog in mid 2008. I always assume that people have seen her work only to discover they have not! Chitra constantly explores stitches and works samplers …

TAST Interview with Queeniepatch of Queenie’s Needlework

This week I would like to introduce you to and other TAST participant Queeniepatch of Queenie’s Needlework. Queenie tells her own story but I wanted to point out that this innovative lady has joined in and revisited the TAST challenge a number of times. I have always enjoyed her Stumpwork ladies and …

TAST Interview with Maureen of CrazyQstitcher

Today I would like to introduce you to Maureen of CrazyQstitcher who has been a long time Take a Stitch Tuesday follower. Although her blog is called CrazyQstitcher you will find Maureen shares many types of embroidery and her sketches. So after the interview pop over and explore her blog as she …

TAST Interview with Angela of Princess Bubbles Creates

Angela of Princess Bubbles Creates has been a long time TAST follower so I was more than curious to read her thoughtful responses to my interview questions. Angela takes on many creative challenges and documents her progress in her blog. On Princess Bubbles Creates you will discover lots of experimentation with fiber, …

TAST Interview with Renee of Hand Stitched Treasure

If you are a member of the Crazy Quilting International Yahoo group or the facebook group Crazy Quilt International you will know Renee and be familiar with her work. But many non crazy quilting people do not know her so this interview is an excuse to feature some lovely crazy …

Stitchers Templates

My stitchers templates are designed with other embroiderers and crazy quilters in mind. They will take your stitching to the next level.  With them you can create hundreds of different hand embroidery patterns.

They are made of clear plastic so you can position them easily and are compact in your sewing box. To use them position the template in place, use a quilter’s pencil to trace along the edge of the template to create a pattern. You can stitch along this line to decorate the seam.

Each set has a free ebook of patterns to use or spark ideas.

For more information, visit the Pintangle shop .