Time to get another project organized, ready to stitch. I am almost finished with my newest Brazilian Dimensional embroidery design, my Huck embroidery bookmarks are caught up for awhile; I am working on a Cross Stitch Christmas ornament. Next to assemble is a Tea Towel with a Fall design embroidered with just easy simple embroidery. You know, the kind you first learned as a child. It is nice to have different types of needle work going at the same time. If I don’t feel like doing the Cross Stitch I can work on the Brazilian embroidery or easy little tea towel designs.
To get each project organized I use the Mesh Project bags. They are so much nicer and more durable than a thin zip lock bag. The mesh project bags have a fiber in the clear plastic for durability, yet easy to see into. I like one for each project. I put the design, thread for that project, hoop, needles and scissors. Everything I need – I can just pick up the Mesh project bag of choice; all I need is there, no hunting for the hoop or the right needles, a pair of scissors.
The Mesh bags are available in several sizes for smaller or larger projects. www.ThreadsinBloom.com
I did get the design traced onto my tea towel last night. Tonight I want to get the floss gathered. I am using Gentle Art’s Simply Shaker floss. I like the slightly shaded colors. I am going to try to start stitching it tonight too. My goal is to get my work done early in the evening, then I can watch TV for an hour or so and stitch. So that is what I am off to do – get my next project organized.
Stitching keeps our souls content,
Sharon ~ Threads in Bloom