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June 29, 2016



This is something that I could stare at for a long time! Very pretty and very interesting. The commentary really helps, too! :)


What an achievement, I don't think I would ever have the patience to attempt something like this. I like it very much too, I like my own things not to be perfect, I enjoy a little 'jink' in a knitting pattern or a colour run in watercolour painting.


PS, one of the Petitpoint listers says that the reason I broke the needles was indeed because the Paternayan is too thick for the 22-count canvas. On 22-count, she would use two or at most three strands of DMC floss, but nothing thicker. So, lesson learned! and it wasn't the Bohins' fault.

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