I’ve been going strong with Stitch Maynia. This is my first time doing it, and I jumped in with both feet and decided to do it for the whole month.
So here we are on Day 21. I’ve been meaning to do a better job of keeping track of my projects here on my blog, posting not only extra photos of my progress, but also any color changes I make. If you have listened to any of my YouTube videos, you are aware that I do make a LOT of changes. So, I hereby vow that I will do a better job of documenting my work.
Let’s get started. I’ve been doing a Stitch with Me video almost everyday of Stitch Maynia. In these posts, I’ll cover the project from the previous day, so I can show you updated pictures. You can find the video for Day 20 here:
Day 20’s Project: Philip Foster Farmhouse by Heartstring Samplery. This was an exclusive kit for the store Country Sampler in Wisconsin. You can learn more about the club here: Girls Club Farmhouse Samplers. As of this writing, the club is still open to new members.
Because this is a kit that came with the linen and all the floss needed, I am using everything as called for. Here is the progress I made on it. If you click on the picture, you can see a bigger version of it.
My intention was to work on the outlines of the roof and house and I’m happy with what I got done. One to the next project!