Monday, January 7, 2013

Featured Players

Have you checked out the shop lately? I'm pretty excited to say that there are three K+IC charts currently available. Here's a tasting...
Home is Wherever I'm with You, Divine Dish, and Take Out
I'm in the process of stitching Home. Like you, virtual stitches just don't do it for me so I'm putting the floss to the fabric for some glamour shots. Eventually every chart in the shop will have a stitched model but you have to start somewhere, right? Here is the progess.
I have also created a Flickr group for customers to post pictures of their progress and finishes on K+IC charts. Become a member today!
Happy Monday. Have a great week!


Unknown said...

Nice stitching!

Kate+IceCream said...

Thanks Lexi!

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