Jan Hicks Creates – Flosstube #49

Flosstube #49

Photo courtesy of Tempestry Project Blog – Tempestry display at North Central Michigan College

Concerned about climate change and the effect it’s having on our world? I have come across an organization that has put out a call for people to contribute to adding to the understanding and knowledge of climate change, using knitting or crochet as a medium to create a visual representation. This organization, called the Tempestry Project, has teamed up with the National Parks something something to help raise awareness of the impact of climate change on National Parks. You can learn more about it here: National Park Tempestry Project.
Want to join me and knit or crochet a National Park Tempestry Project? I have chosen Haleakala National Park. What Park will you choose? National Park Tempestry Kits

Other news – new to me Flosstuber – Linda Klinedinst

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Cross Stitch Finishes (click on images for larger version)

Grateful Hearts by The Trilogy – stitched on 28 Ct. Lugana.

Linen and Threads Mystery Sampler from 2017 – stitched on 32 ct unknown linen. Colors I used can be found on my Color Conversion page.

Cross stitch WIPs

Seasons Summer by Lila’s Studio

Paradise Floral by Kooler Designs Studio

Winter Morn by Shepherd’s Bush

4 thoughts on “Jan Hicks Creates – Flosstube #49

  1. Jan- per your advice I went to the Kitten Stitcher and was able to get a Grateful Hearts pattern. Thank you and Yay! Would you please post your color conversion. Remember…imitation is the sincerest form of flattery. 😊

    1. LOL. Thank you, Christine. I will get it up on my Color Conversion page today. Although I really did just find whatever I had the matched the original as closely as possible.

  2. The stickers that you are looking for are in Etsy, under Lindy Stitches, I ordered some and it is going to be nice to be able to document everything and put it on the back of the frame.

    Love your videos.

    Laura L. Courtney

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