30 circles, 30 days. A few minutes of quiet stitching every day, each one a little oasis of calm.
I like the negative space. It’s like the untold part of the story, the gaps between thoughts and activities.
I’ve also been working a bit more on the cover, since this will eventually fold up into a book.
It’s very simple but it’s enough, I think.
Next month, back to the grid – squares/blocks with occasional circles. Maybe the best of both worlds.
Incidentally, you can now purchase and download my 2023 templates here – 12 different templates, approximately A4 size (or 8.5″ x 11″ letter size, if you’re not in Europe): there are some grids, some blocks, some lines, some shapes. I’m looking forward to using them myself.
14 thoughts on “April”
Lovely stitching. One of these days I will do something similar, inspired by your work.
Lovely! Once I had found the time to make it a regular practice it very quickly became an essential part of my day.
Beautiful book of stitching 💙
thank you, Pam. I hope I’ve made the spine wide enough 🤞🏻
Your circles are beautiful and your work is so inspiring. I love the idea of stitching something small each day I may have to give it a try.
thank you 😊 it’s a lovely thing to do and doesn’t take long once you get into it
I’m partial to the circles and i love that they are all different. So pretty.
thank you 😊
I love the circles, but then I love everything you do.
how kind, thank you 😊
April manages to look very cheering, somehow. And I agree – the negative space is particularly successful here.
I always think the negative space is like what happens while we’re thinking about something else
This is so lovely. Thank you for being so inspiring!
thank you 😊
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