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A free chart by
Michelle Sayetta from
and Earth Designs.
click on images to see
A dragon is beginning to take shape.
Folding up the chart so only the sections being stitched
has helped a lot. The fabric isn't straight so the
bottom looks crooked, but 'tisn't.
This is essentially a fancy TV tray.
The larger image shows what everything is, including the
all-important TV remote. Coffee cup is stashed well away
how many times are you going to unthread this
needle?....lessee...that was three across, two up in
this gorgeous blue...hope there's more of it in the
chart later....now for mustard...hate the color but a
great highlight...block of nine in mustard...haven't
played Bingo in ages...one last stitch on the
bottom...to the left...three stitches left in this part
then time to re-fold the chart....
Getting wing-age. Really
loving the color combos in this guy.
Use colored pencils to mark off each
stitch or group of stitches as you finish them.
This is especially helpful when you have a chart with a
lot of single stitches of each color. A friend in a
stitching group at Yahoo groups gave me this tip and
although it takes a little time, it has saved me even
more time (and frustration!). Trying to figure out where
you left off last time can be a PITA.
So far, he
(she?) is 7" wide and 4" tall on 14 ct. cloth.
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Note: The horizontal lines
you see are not part of the pattern or fabric. That is
from being so
close to the Ott Light.
Once I get a light box set up, they should disappear.