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Topic: Parking (again)
MJ
Replies: 25
Views: 7906

Post image iconForum: Stitching
Posted: 5:09 pm Oct 03, 2007
Subject: Parking (again)
It's partly to not have to rethread needles, but it is also used so that you don't have an unstitched space completely surrounded by completed stitching - it's often a tight fit, and you split a lot o ...
Topic: Parking (again)
MJ
Replies: 25
Views: 7906

Post image iconForum: Stitching
Posted: 4:44 pm Oct 01, 2007
Subject: Parking (again)
I only park the needle after I have completed all the stitches I've started. For example, let's say I have 4 stitches of a color in a row, skip 2, then 3 more stitches in the same row. In this insta ...
Topic: Parking (again)
MJ
Replies: 25
Views: 7906

Post image iconForum: Stitching
Posted: 11:30 am Sep 27, 2007
Subject: Parking (again)
I use parking mainly when I am working in an area where 2-5 colors intermix back and forth. Some people seem to park with lots of colors but if I have more than about 4 or 5 needles going it gets too ...
Topic: It's official...
MJ
Replies: 35
Views: 7506

Post image iconForum: Coffee Break
Posted: 11:47 am Sep 17, 2007
Subject: It's official...
Ohhhh... we used to have a "house rabbit" and he was adorable but he would eat ANYTHING. One time he ate an entire pencil, wood, lead, and eraser, and left only the metal ring. You're luck ...
Topic: SLICK TRICK
MJ
Replies: 14
Views: 8089

Post image iconForum: Stitching
Posted: 11:36 am Aug 27, 2006
Subject: SLICK TRICK
Alanna, you won't find "one" - they come in boxes of 60 or more! (In the dryer you're supposed to use them once and throw them away, although my mother-in-law gets multiple uses) Some brand ...
Topic: Double-ended needles
MJ
Replies: 13
Views: 9648

Post image iconForum: Stitching
Posted: 5:00 pm Feb 24, 2005
Subject: Double-ended needles
Has anyone tried those double-ended needles? I saw them in JoAnn Fabrics. They had a point at both ends and I think the eye was in the middle. They were longer than a normal needle. The package sa ...
Topic: Other types of stitchery?
MJ
Replies: 3
Views: 4623

Post image iconForum: Stitching
Posted: 2:07 pm Oct 29, 2004
Subject: Other types of stitchery?
I was curious to know if people here do other things besides cross stitch? I used to do needlepoint but it seemed to involve a lot of hard decisisions about what color a stitch should be (at boundari ...
Topic: progress report
MJ
Replies: 12
Views: 7848

Post image iconForum: Stitching
Posted: 1:58 pm Oct 29, 2004
Subject: Lookin' good!
It looks like you're just getting to the interesting part! It felt like it took a while to get out of the sky on the piece I'm doing but once you have some actual picture to look at as you work, it's ...
Topic: Bell Pull Assemble
MJ
Replies: 14
Views: 9807

Post image iconForum: Stitching
Posted: 9:42 am Jul 19, 2004
Subject: Re: Weights and other tackle
The tackle shops are going to wonder why all these women are suddenly buying tackle boxes. Laughing

It was pretty funny, actually. I'm like, "Does this come in any other colors?" and they're like "Wh ...
Topic: Bell Pull Assemble
MJ
Replies: 14
Views: 9807

Post image iconForum: Stitching
Posted: 5:19 pm Jul 14, 2004
Subject: Weights and other tackle
Curtain weights are also lead. A couple of them would more than do the job. I have some around but can't find them now and don't remember if they were round or square. My point was going to be that ...

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