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I love this optical illusion square pattern.

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While just as beautiful as your what your grandma made in her band sampler, the message is updated to gain chuckle. Tell Me Im Pretty Sew WhatI Never Finish Anyth House Management and Support the Troops are part of the subversive cross stitch movement. Each piece varies in size, has been stretched, framed, and currently is ready to be placed in an easel (sold separately). Of course I can restitch the design to meet your wants. Support the Troops is stitched to order and frame will vary from…

While just as beautiful as your what your grandma made in her band sampler, the message is updated to gain chuckle. Tell Me Im Pretty Sew WhatI Never Finish Anyth House Management and Support the Troops are part of the subversive cross stitch movement. Each piece varies in size, has been stretched, framed, and currently is ready to be placed in an easel (sold separately). Of course I can restitch the design to meet your wants. Support the Troops is stitched to order and frame will vary from…

This shawl design was inspired by two things: one, Akira Kurosawa’s film “Yojimbo”, (a personal favorite), and two, a desire to interpret elements of Japanese Sashiko embroidery in knitted color work. Many Sashiko motifs are evocative of natural features such as mountains, mountain trails and still and flowing water. I imagined a thrifty Japanese housewife salvaging useful kimono scraps to make a handy and beautiful wrap to wear on cold, rainy days.

This shawl design was inspired by two things: one, Akira Kurosawa’s film “Yojimbo”, (a personal favorite), and two, a desire to interpret elements of Japanese Sashiko embroidery in knitted color work. Many Sashiko motifs are evocative of natural features such as mountains, mountain trails and still and flowing water. I imagined a thrifty Japanese housewife salvaging useful kimono scraps to make a handy and beautiful wrap to wear on cold, rainy days.