by Karen J Mossman In 2015 I was involved in an ill fated Round Robin. This is where a group of cross stitchers get together, choose a theme, and stitch one square each. They then pass it (post it) to the next person to stitch and eventually it arrives back with the original owner. My… Continue reading Lost Dogs
By Karen J Mossman We all love a good wedding and I like to give the bride and groom something different for their special day. Back in 2002 one of the popular crossing stitching magazines produced a wedding sampler. It was simple, but effective and I loved the colours. As a result, I've stitched it… Continue reading Don’t You Love A Wedding!
I'm not very good at knitting, well, I can knit, and do enjoy it. What I'm not good at is understanding patterns. When others says 'this one is easy,' it normally isn't for me! I've had some great disasters in the past and still have half a baby's cardigan in my drawer from an 'easy'… Continue reading Knitted Hats
by Karen J Mossman I had another email this morning, two in a short space of time, and it was so exciting to receive. If you have read my first post entitled Love Quilts UK you will understand what these quilts are and why they are so extraordinary. This is the quilt, and each cross… Continue reading Love Quilts UK Number Two
by Karen J Mossman It's been a while since I stitched anything for Love Quilts and when an email dropped into my mail box recently thanking for me my contribution, I was suprised, and delighted. That was when I remembered how much I loved cross stitching for them. Love Quilts UK makes quilts for children… Continue reading Love Quilts UK
Apart from writing, I love to cross stitch and one of my favourite things to do is to stitch for Love Quilts UK. These beautiful quilts are made for British children up to the age of 19 and who are suffering from life-threatening or life-long illnesses. (There is also a Love Quilts USA Love Quilts Brazil and Love Quilts… Continue reading Love Quilts