Friday, October 26, 2007

Question for Everyone

I have a question. When doing the stitch-alongs first row, is it better to finish the threads or to leave them so that the next person can pick up with them? I was looking at the chart for the current one and noticed that there were areas of 1 and 2 squares and thought to myself "self, that seems like an awfully small area to try and finish the thread!" LOL Thanks for your input. Pixie

8 comments:

Stichin Tyme said...

Pixie,
Laura did just the firdt line and I was able to start the second with out a problem.
However, with mine I did the curls because I thought it would be easier on the next person.
Colleen

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Vanessa said...

Wow, you guys already stitched and passed on to the next person already???

Ok, I better get a move on ! :)
Vanessa

Dragonflymystic said...

Vanessa,
only the first line :)
Laura

Dragonflymystic said...

Above everything else you all make me smile :)
thankyou all !
Laura

Dragonflymystic said...

oh I should add ... I didnt as I said to you on the e mail - leave the strings
although I have seen this done, I have never done it
I am always afraid the strings will tangle
on the other hand I think it would make a nicer back, and I am tempted to try this method
nothing could make my backs any worse
well ... some things could
lol
you decide pixie
and vanessa - you are doing fine ... deadline for the 1st row is November 30
haha
laura

Pixie said...

I left my threads but I rolled them up. I found that if I used a straight pin to hold the rolls in place it made it work quite easily. I think I may use this method for general stitching so that I can go row by row as opposed to trying to work a single color until it's done. Seems to me it may make it easier. LOL

Pix

pcsolotto said...

Such a nice blog. I hope you will create another post like this.

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