Opinions on the fine crafts involving needles with eyes.
I think I'll take a pass on that one, thanks. Particularly on 14 ct. Aida, LOL.
Cool, but Morrissey would be even better.(Curious that Zac Efron and Keira Knightley came before Dean. I'm betting that the average age of the staff is on the young side.)
well, we've all seen the typical Gryffindor scarves, but the Ravenclaw Illusion scarf I saw the other day vies with the Radcliffe cross stitch for more original craft.http://www.the-leaky-cauldron.org/features/crafts/knitting/ravenclawillusionscarf(I don't know if Blogger will get mad at me for posting a link.)
The Guardian is normally such a sensible paper for those of us with middle class liberal sensibilities. Are they really being serious, or is this a little sneer at HP fans - or worse, at stitchers? :o)
Not badly done, actually. However, my first question when seeing this article was, "Is this legal?" They snagged the entire page of the latest edition of Cross Stitcher... did they get permission for it? I'm not seeing any acknowledgement of copyright anywhere.
This just might have to be my next purchase. I do love me some Harry Potter. I can hang it next to my bed and kiss it before I go to sleep!
Rather sad, isn't it? I'm so happy I have a million other things to stitch instead of that face on 14-count Aida.
For me, the Harry Potter series was all about love and friendships and relationships, good over evil will always prevail. One of the only things Harry had that Voldemort didn't was the power to love!!! aw... i love the Harry Potter books!!! hahaha:)
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