Greetings. I can't stand moving this linen piece around any longer. I ordered 28 count 18th Century Rook a while back, they were out of it and ordered in another piece, it looks nothing like mine. Not greenish, more taupe, not stiff, soft and silky. It's 18 x 28, the other side is a little different shade. I am also offering the Stacy Nash Pears & Strawberries Sewing Bag chart in a separate post. I donated my finished bag to The Attic for their auction and won't be stitching it again. I hope someone is enjoying it! Rather than make it too confusing for myself, I am doing one post for the linen comments, and another for the chart comments. Some of you may want the chart but not the linen and vice versa so I decided to split them. So two posts will follow this evening and I doubt there will be many entries so I will draw a name on Saturday at 8pm.
Before I close, I wanted to show you for the last time (I promise) my cleaned and waxed bowl. I am so glad I got it! This is on my kitchen counter so you can get a better idea of size. I used Real Milk Paint Co.'s Soapstone/Wood wax. Food safe and not tacky like those containing beeswax. I think I will do all the bowls with it.
And also for size reference is Ruth. She not a little pillow like I usually do but because she is firm and flat (instead of soft and bumpy like....) she can stand nicely against a case or on a shelf.
OK. The posts will be up this evening if anyone is interested. You can certainly enter both, international welcome.
Enjoy your day.