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WIP – BLOBS

Although I have a stack of finishes, or almost-nearly-entirely-completely-finished finishes on my craft caddy, I thought it might get a bit boring if I only shared the projects that I completed whilst I was on hiatus.

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This is one of the current canvases that I have hooped up. It is a custom commission for a friend and I’m pretty excited about it. So far I’ve used DMC #791 and #743 on 18 count Navy Aida. halfstitch asked recently, “which method of cross stitch do you use? The blob method or the parking method?” I answered with “Both.” Depending on the pattern for piece, one method always seems to work better. In this case, it’s the blob method. Look at those very unblobby, blobs!

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Last time I posted a work-in-progress, someone on the cross stitch subreddit was annoyed because I wouldn’t say what it was supposed to be. Well, poo-poo on that. I like surprises.

Can you guess what these blobs will emerge as? Internet high fives to whoever gets it right.

Bonus points for most interesting answer!

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15 Comments on “WIP – BLOBS”

  1. Kate D. says:

    I’m guessing that it is going to be a moon or night sky kind of thing, maybe for Halloween? Alternate guess: a gigantic wheel of cheese.

  2. emmazocco says:

    A moon with a werewolf underneath? 🙂 that would be cool!

  3. Hehe, anything yellow makes me think of Minions!!

  4. qqxx says:

    Could be an upside down and then it would look like a bowl

  5. Waffu says:

    Don’t know why…but I’m thinking The Pac-Man.

  6. “Well, poo-poo on that. I like surprises.” <<– love it

  7. […] last time I posted about this project, it was still in it’s infancy. I had a lot of fun reading folks’ guesses as to what it could be. Some people thought it […]


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