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Welcome to the Orthodox Stitcher! Here you will find original, handcrafted cross stitch designs created with the Orthodox Christian in mind. The Orthodox Stitcher is an extension of Fearn Abbey Needleworks, where you will find more original cross stitch designs coming to you from the beautiful Northern Highlands of Scotland. My hope for The Orthodox Stitcher is that this will be a unique and blessed place for Orthodox Christians ~ and indeed, anyone who feels called to visit and stay awhile ~ to develop their creative side, and to honor God. Glory to God for all things!

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Tuesday, April 28, 2015

Working!

I'm still here! I am working on a lengthy series of designs which I will be sharing with you, and which will be my free gift to you. We can do them together as a stitch-along. Please let your stitching friends know that a lovely series is about to start, perfect for the Orthodox Christian, and as a loving tribute, as well. More on this surprise shortly! I am waiting for my fabric to arrive. Where we live, it is quite remote, and so I purchase everything, right down to literal needles and pins, online. Patience... they say it's a virtue.

May God bless you!
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2 comments:

  1. This sounds exciting and wonderful! I look forward to your reveal.

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  2. Thank you so much! I'm almost ready with Part 1, and an explanation. :-)

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