So What Next for SlowTV Stitchery?

Progress on the Christmas Angel
Progress on the Christmas Angel

The next episode of SlowTV Stitchery is now live – Episode 30 – in which the cornering plans are discussed, and the future of SlowTV Stitchery is considered, while the second corner is completed.

Since it looks very much as though we’re all going to be spending a lot of time at home this winter, I think I’ll continue with SlowTV Stitchery, even when the Amarna Family Group is finished. So my first thought is to work on finishing this canvaswork angel, which I started some years ago, galloped through the actual angel, and then ground to a shuddering halt on the background when I got sidetracked by an inspiration for one of the Dreams of Amarna projects.

North Shields Headland

If that doesn’t keep me quiet for long enough, I’ve been working on a sky for the first version of the North Shields headland that I worked for Leaving The Tyne. This is another piece that simply needs me to sit down and work at it, but although it’s small, it’s fiddly to hold the frame and stitch at the same time. Putting it on my stand and using my magnifying light will help me to settle down to it.

But first, the Angel. At least, until I run out of metallic threads!


  1. Sue Jones says:

    Watching the Amarna Family approaching completion is still a great pleasure, but it’s good to know the video series will continue once that’s done. I enjoy your company.
    (If you are short of metal thread, please let me know what type it is. I may have some in my stash.)

  2. Jen Mullen says:

    Sometimes it is good to mix it up, go back to an earlier project, try a seasonal inspiration, and enjoy the variety. 🙂

  3. Terrie says:

    Time flies and in two months Christmas is falling. Stitching something like angels is a soothing moment in this time.

  4. Carolyn Foley says:

    It has been long journey with the Amarma Family and I have loved it.