Thursday, May 20, 2021

Stitch Maynia 2021 Start #20

I'm impressed I've kept up so far, and now it seems like there's no reason I can't make it the whole 31 days. I think I did more days in a row back with the Crazy January/February challenges (2015/2016), so this wouldn't be a record for me. It is a lot more posts than I've made in a long time though!

I chose another ornament today, and another Kincavel Krosses pattern. She has a lot of fun seasonal designs, and most of them are free, although a few are for sale now too. 

Here's my start:
Noel Tree by Kincavel Krosses
stitched 1 over 1 on 18ct Nimbus Aida by Chromatic Alchemy
stitched with scrap threads, unknown if DMC

This is another easy one, lots of backstitch of course, and a chance to add beads. I might do that or might just do French knots. Beads are fun and sparkly and I definitely have a few left over from Mill Hill kits and Nora Corbett letters, so we'll see when I get to that point. This isn't a big project, but adding the bead component means I probably won't get back to this one for a while. 

I'll slightly modify the design to add the umlaut above the E in Noel to make it more French. I can't remember if it's called an umlaut in French, but it's the 2 dots above the E. :)

I hope you're all staying well. I feel like it's building up to be a doozy of a full moon next week, or I'm just not doing that well because of the constant sinus/allergy issues. We'll see how the rest of the week goes. I'll enjoy the 25-30C weather for now since it's not humid. 

Happy Stitching!

Tiffstitch

7 comments:

  1. Hi Tiff: Nice design, thank-you for the link.
    I am looking forward to seeing this one finished.

    Catherine

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  2. That's a pretty design. You're doing great with the starts and the blog posts too!
    I don't think it's called an umlaut, that is such a Germanic word LOL

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    1. Probably not, but that's all I could think of off the top of my head. DH wasn't here to ask. ;)

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  3. Nice start! I just looked it up and it's called a trema in French.

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    1. Ah, thank you! That sounds much more like French.

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  4. Another really cute start, and great job keeping up with Maynia for so long now!

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Thanks for any comments!

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