New Year’s Day Tradition

Keeping with Stitching tradition.  New Years  Day New Start.

My Sashiko Panel.  1 Dragonfly down. . .


Until next time, Happy Stitching ❤ Debbierose


15 thoughts on “New Year’s Day Tradition

  1. Debbierose, Your dragonfly is beautiful and your stitching is perfect! I will enjoy watching your progress! I have been interested in Sashiko too. I recently read that the method began as a way to patch clothing and to reinforce specific arias of a garment. (shoulders come to mind) I have thread, needles and a bit of linen. Now all I need to do is get started!

    Thanks for visiting me today. 🙂

  2. Your new start is so pretty! In lieu of a new start, I am going to try and put in a few stitches on DD’s stocking that still needs to be completed, IF my eyes will let me. It was a long but very productive day at work so relaxing is a must.

      1. She likes teal, her bedroom is all done in teal, so I think it will have to be ANOTHER teal quilt – but with more colours added in or I will go crazy!

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