More Mossy Hillock

Getting my stitching mojo back!

After an unexpected break I have finally been able to get back to stitching. I was completely knocked out by the flu and, even though I was home from work for nearly two weeks, I was not able to think about taking a stitch in all that time.  However as my health recovers gradually the need to stitch is coming back.

I am currently still working on all of the fun little elements that make up the Mossy Hillock for my Jenny Wren by Jenny Adin-Christie. I can’t help myself, every so often I just have to sit the little wren on the piece I am working just to see how it looks and fits in.  I think am very happy with how it is coming along.

By Sally

Passionate embroiderer who loves to learn and pass on fine hand embroidery skills.

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