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Divecat
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Location: England
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7:51 am Feb 15, 2011

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Originally posted by rifestitch
Christine (Divecat) has a blog, as well, though I don't know if she's linked it to her signature.


Hi Eva

Welcome to the boards - it's been some time since I was around here (too busy stitching Very Happy ), but you always pick up some useful info, eg Barbara's idea of folding over the material at the sides before mounting on the scrolls. I have had numerous problems with tension on my IMP project in this regard and have only just solved it using Barbara's method - yay!

Have a look at my blog: see the link within my signature.

Well done on your lovely work, particularly the lacemaking - you must have the patience of several saints!

Christine
Isa
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Joined: 15 Feb 2011
Posts: 18
Location: Marseille, France
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4:02 pm Feb 17, 2011

Grüss Got, Eva !!! You seem to have a very busy life, with your children, and dogs and poney. Tell me, when do you think that you will finish the socks ?
On which SQ pattern are you working now ? How do you find this experience ?
I wish you plenty of happy stitching hours.
Tchüss, Isa
evitalace
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Joined: 10 Feb 2011
Posts: 14
Location: Germany
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3:28 am Mar 28, 2011

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Originally posted by Isa
Grüss Got, Eva !!! You seem to have a very busy life, with your children, and dogs and poney. Tell me, when do you think that you will finish the socks ?
On which SQ pattern are you working now ? How do you find this experience ?
I wish you plenty of happy stitching hours.
Tchüss, Isa


Hallo, Isa, la langue des aguilles est vraiment internationale!
The socks are done - they had to be, as they were meant as a birthday present for my mom. i did cast on for another pair. socks are so easily transported, I can take them everywhere. i know some of you girls here have cross stitch projects to carry aroound. My SQ pattern would be just too large, and I do not want to start another wip right now Rolling Eyes - there are more than enough in my drawers..

yesterday I did fill the 100th grid square on my SQ pattern! *happy Dance*

Eva
(who is building a home page to show projects more easy)
Isa
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Location: Marseille, France
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10:27 am Mar 28, 2011

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Originally posted by evitalace
quote:
Originally posted by Isa
Grüss Got, Eva !!! You seem to have a very busy life, with your children, and dogs and poney. Tell me, when do you think that you will finish the socks ?
On which SQ pattern are you working now ? How do you find this experience ?
I wish you plenty of happy stitching hours.
Tchüss, Isa


Hallo, Isa, la langue des aguilles est vraiment internationale!
The socks are done - they had to be, as they were meant as a birthday present for my mom. i did cast on for another pair. socks are so easily transported, I can take them everywhere. i know some of you girls here have cross stitch projects to carry aroound. My SQ pattern would be just too large, and I do not want to start another wip right now Rolling Eyes - there are more than enough in my drawers..

yesterday I did fill the 100th grid square on my SQ pattern! *happy Dance*

Eva
(who is building a home page to show projects more easy)

Guten Abend Eva ! Tja, Kreuz stitch ist eigentlich international. Trotzdem, hier sollen wir English sprechen. Ist netter für die Freuden ! How did your mom found the socks ? I guess that she was so happy to receive this kind of neat and personal present. Well, presently, I am finishing a kit (begun more than 10 years ago). And I am preparing a kit to have something to do during my coming holidays with my Darling Husband. You will see that large projects are very interesting and bring a lot of good time. Impatient to see the pictures of your works.
Stitching Stitching
evitalace
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Location: Germany
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9:59 am Mar 29, 2011

Hi, Isa,
do you have a place where pictures of your work can be seen online?
I'd love to have a peek..
If a homepage is posted here, I always go and visit it.
Mine is not ready yet - building a homepage cuts into stitching time
Sad
Eva
Isa
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Joined: 15 Feb 2011
Posts: 18
Location: Marseille, France
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4:28 pm Mar 29, 2011

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Originally posted by evitalace
Hi, Isa,
do you have a place where pictures of your work can be seen online?
I'd love to have a peek..
If a homepage is posted here, I always go and visit it.
Mine is not ready yet - building a homepage cuts into stitching time
Sad
Eva

Unfortunately no, because they are in my other computer at home. I will see if I can transfer some of them on my other computer.
And, I am not Queen of computer and internet Laughing
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