I heard a new term yesterday: "confetti stitching". Have you heard of it? Well, I did some research and found that it refers to those loney single cross stitches that are "out there" all by themselves. Do you trail your thread out to them, making the back look messy or do you stop and start each one separately to look nice on back? I've haven't decided which camp I hail from, guess it will be decided on a project by project situation.
Last night I got busy and finished 9 of 10. Only one more to go. This photo shows where I started last night. You'll have to look at the pic below to see the finished stitching.
And here I am well into 10 of 10 which I started late last night. I decided to work on the blended filiment stitches first to get them out of the way. As I'm stitching, I'm daydreaming about my next project.
I've been practicing for TUSAL 2012! This is my jar since Thanksgiving, a little bit of knitting and a lot of cross stitching. Still looking for my pretty glass jar to display them.
Ok, if hubby is going to wrap Christmas gifts (well, put them in gift bags) then I better get the tree up. We have a tiny living room so our tree is also tiny. It's about 2.5 ft. tall and decorated mostly with beaded things. He wanted to know how many things I've gotten him so he could keep things kind of even. I giggled and said none yet. Of course, he didn't believe me but... I haven't.hahaha!
I'm planning on getting some things next week as well as make him something.
Back to my stitch and a Christmas movie. I love December!