Tuesday, 30 July 2013

Damp Stretching....What's on my workdesk

Some damp stretching on a very damp day in Rossendale, Lancashire, UK.

A couple of Prairie Points and a few French Knots.

If its still raining and you fancy a read have a look at the start of my latest project here

Then pop over to some more desks here

12 comments:

  1. Raining here in Stafford too :0( That's a lovely project you've got on the go - I love a blue and white colour palette - such classy. clean and cool colours. Have a fun week (hope it dries up a bit) MMx #42

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  2. Ooooh !!! ... rain - how wonderful... I doubt we will get any until at least November, by which time my garden will be very crispy :-(
    Lovely damp work there :-D

    Happy WOYWW

    IKE in Greece #58

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  3. Raining here in Lincolnshire as well. Meh...just Meh :(
    Happy WOYWW
    #71.Silvi's Place

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  4. It is a bit grey here but after the hot weather I don't mind so much. I hardly get anything done with the hot weather. Uniflame - 81

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  5. Your damp stretch stitching looks amazing. I am always fascinated by the wide variety of crafts people are doing on woyww.

    Sandra @69

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  6. Not sure what damp stretching is...but hopefully you can get some nice craft time in with the rainy weather. Brigita #91

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  7. This is something new to me. I have not heard of this before, but love the result! See such pretty fabric and lace and thread on your desk. I wish we had some rain here in NYC, it is too dry and my garden is parched! Enjoy the week! Winnie#65

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  8. I think it has actually stopped raining at the moment here in North Wales. Lovely work coming on there. Looked at the reading homework you gave us - golly, prairie points - had forgotten about those...
    have a fun week.
    Margaret #9

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  9. I am in Lancashire too! from Leyland in fact so I had to say hello to a fellow Lancashirer. Its been raining here most of the day too.

    Rachael no. 142 x

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  10. Love the shot of your garden, I think the rain was a bit overdue for the gardens, wasn't it? Would be nice if it was warm & sunny all day, then rained overnight! Great weather organisation that would be. Have a great week, Hugs, Shaz xx #22

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  11. Fabulous stitching and I hope the rain cools things down for you and doesn't make it too humid afterwards. Have a great week! Danie #25

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  12. Oh that really was raining - stair rods! Still, at least things will stay green! Love the french knots, I think in terms of texture and finish, they are my favourite stitch for floral work.

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