Why is it that whenever I get sloppy and spill strawberry yogurt on a T-shirt, it has to be a new T-shirt? Story of my life. But waste canvas to the rescue plus a little freebie from Ink Circles, Ink Spot #11, Celtic Swirls. You can get the freebie by subscribing to the Ink Circles Newsletter. I changed the colors to try to match one I saw that someone stitched, but I kind of made that pink too light. In any case, the strawberry stain is well-hidden. Some weird rogue stitches with this as always happens when I work on this fabric. T-shirts are just so stretchy and not at all well-behaved!
I finished another pair of fingerless gloves with the Fetching pattern, but I forget to take a photo before I gifted them. They were done with Knit Picks Swish. I love that yarn. Just such a soft super-wash wool.
I had a surprise find a couple of days ago. I was moving a bookcase and discovered I had stored and old piece of crewel embroidery behind it. It wasn't in great shape at this point and I had completely forgotten about it. It dates back from the 70's when you could buy marvelous crewel embroidery kits everywhere. Take a look at all the different yarns and stitches. Doesn't this look like a fun project? I think it might be an old Bucilla kit or maybe some manufacturer that has long since bit the dust.