Oh well. I'm waiting for the last three chapters from my co-author and then we'll wrap that up.
New tiny needle
I like this one a lot (it was a downloadable PDF, which I then transfered onto Kona Cloth). I kind of like the First Nation feeling it has.
25 million stitches
I've committed to a panel for the 25 Million Stitches project, a community art installation that has a goal of having 25 million embroidered stitches on it to represent every refugee in the world. I thought it would be a good project to design a panel and work on it. If you're interested, there is more information here. I'll share my design once I figure it out.
ETA: Grace asked what kind of fabric should be used. Here is what the website says: Using locally sourced and/or recycled fabric: Environmental sustainability goes a long way to slow down the escalating climate change. Extreme weather caused by climate change is one of the biggest factors that people across the globe are fleeing their homes. You may use any cotton, linen or other fabric that has some stiffness so that you can stitch easily and we can hang them vertically. Light colors and subtle patterns on recycled fabric are acceptable. We ask that the main focus of your design be the stitches rather than the color and texture of the fabric.
Let's cast stuff on.
This is socks.