Today, I am a day late. Inspirations, All Stitched Up! is a newsletter, as distinct to their Magazine, is published every Friday. This makes it always current. This week, among many items, are frogs playing musical instruments, making and decorating lampshades, a stitching of a large fossil stitchasaurous in a wonderful textured green background and the usual sweetness of items for children.
And that is just the tip of the stitching iceberg.
Inspirations publishes items sent in for sharing. Their phography is excellent. Embroiderers are a world wide community with many different ideas and abilities. I always find something of interest to see in this weekly email publication. Today, the musical trio of frogs was it, especially the one playing the banjo. (or was that a different instrument.)
There is a new book publication. Bonnie the Cow and Friends by
Inspirations are a source for Kits and fabrics as well. Australia has many Embroidery Guilds and a lot of very active members. There is lots of activities going now leading into their winter months.
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Last Monday was embarressing for me. Despite my saying that Jessica Grimm publishes every Monday without fail, she did mot publish last Monday. So be it, she is/was somewhere other that at home. Her website is always interesting and it gives us a peek into the life of a classical stitcher.
You have two totally different publications to peruse. They both feature stitching that is totally different to each other They both publish weekly; one on a Monday and the other, from the opposite side of the world, on a Friday.
Enjoy the weekend. It is a long weekend in Canada when we celebrate Queen Victoria’s Birthday. As many people as can, go to their cottage. They reinstall their water supply and electricity, clean up the cobwebs and dust, launch their boats, have a celebratory barbecue and drink beer.
Summer has begun. Makes a nice change from winter.
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