It’s nice to have a break from my big Exploding TARDIS project, doing something simpler and smaller instead.
Because the selection you have to pick from normally is kinda lame and I have some patterns that’d look cool on other colors.
If I figured out how to do it well, would anyone be interested in me selling precut pieces of colored Aida? Like, I could do stuff in 4x6, 5x7, 12x12, whatever else people tend to use.
In honor of it finally starting to warm up here in Texas, with the azaleas starting to bloom around my college campus, I decided to create a new coupon code. From now until the end of May, you can use the code SUPERSPRINGTIME to get 15% off of any purchase that you make!
Plus, keep an eye out, I’m going to be posting some new patterns ASAP…
Well, I say this week, but it’s actually really busy so who knows.
But I think y’all will like them!
I’m going to teach myself embroidery, but what kind of thread do I need to use? I mean, you wouldn’t just use the same kind of thread as for cross stitch, would you?
However, we don’t have a creative name for our club. We don’t want it to be an even slightly obscure reference because we want non-fans to come and join us too.
So I’m gonna do a competition. Send me your best ideas for a club name, and if we use yours I’ll send you a finished product of any cross stitch Doctor Who pattern I sell on my Etsy!
Additional info: we go to SFA (Stephen F. Austin) and our mascot is the Lumberjacks, and it’d be awesome if that could be incorporated.