“Once you’ve got one eye done, you’ve really got to get that other eye in there,” said Provost, describing the process she used to create cross-stitched portraits of all eight of her grandchildren and both parents. “I like to do the eyes first. That way they’re watching you while you finish the rest.”
Can you say creepy?
But this is my favorite ever description of fabric--and even though I have been studying the article's accompanying photographs, I cannot tell what type or size it is: "The pinprick-size holes are so close together it would take scientific equipment to measure the distance."
ROTFLMAO. I'm speechless. Really. But go read the whole article, and check out all the photos. Because you have to tell me, if you were the granddaughter in the lower left corner, would you totally steal that thing and burn it? Cross stitch isn't doing her any favors.