MissMollyCoddle

MissMollyCoddle

New Zealand / Creator, collector, and curator of beautiful things, both vintage and new. Made with love by myself, or carefully chosen as 'a few of my favourite things'.
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Anzac bites – Recipes – Bite

Anzac bites – Recipes – Bite

2 o 2 Anna Scott : 2. You then continue down the leaf shape in Cretan stitch. The needle goes to the back on the outer edge and comes to the front next to the centre vein - as close as possible to the previous stitch and inside the thread loop. It is important also to keep stitches really close together at the outer edges. I push the needle tip up against the previous stitch almost at the op of it, otherwise the angle of the stitches will 'flatten' as you near the base.

2 o 2 Anna Scott : 2. You then continue down the leaf shape in Cretan stitch. The needle goes to the back on the outer edge and comes to the front next to the centre vein - as close as possible to the previous stitch and inside the thread loop. It is important also to keep stitches really close together at the outer edges. I push the needle tip up against the previous stitch almost at the op of it, otherwise the angle of the stitches will 'flatten' as you near the base.

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So I have this flipping adorable toddler right, my sweet "E" who has literally no patience! We are working on it. As I was stitching this hoop last night and making next to no progress (it felt like anyway) it hit me, hmmm perhaps I could learn a lesson or two in patience as well.  We are all works in progress aren't we?! #doitfortheprocess #enjoythejourney

So I have this flipping adorable toddler right, my sweet "E" who has literally no patience! We are working on it. As I was stitching this hoop last night and making next to no progress (it felt like anyway) it hit me, hmmm perhaps I could learn a lesson or two in patience as well. We are all works in progress aren't we?! #doitfortheprocess #enjoythejourney

Cinder & Honey is the brain child of Caitlin Benson, a Vancouver-based artist and embroiderer. Much of her work involves flowers—love!

Cinder & Honey is the brain child of Caitlin Benson, a Vancouver-based artist and embroiderer. Much of her work involves flowers—love!