Episode 56: Limbo

Thank you so much for tuning in to the Cozyegg flosstube/podcast! In this episode I share my Stitch Maynia week 3 progress and the first foray into “the archives”.


cross-stitch of dark red flowers on grey linen

Birds of a Feather Mystery Sampler by With Thy Needle and Thread stitched with the called for overdyed threads on 40ct Weeks Confederate Grey.  SAL with Farm Girl and Felicity Stitches.  The hashtag on instagram is #WTNTBirdsofaFeatherSAL

cross-stitch piece based on the gardens of Versailles with staircases and plants

The King’s Vegetable Garden (aka Mystery 9 aka Le Potager du Roi) by Chatelaine Designs – silks, metallics, delicas & swarovski crystals on 32ct Lavender Mist by Zweigart

From the Archives

  • The Ann Nelson Sampler 1828 by Threads Through Time
  • Sampler from 1808, North German by Permin of Copenhagen
  • Ann Wheatley 1829 by Needlework Press
  • The Sun & Moon Miniature Sampler Circa 1815 by The Scarlet Letter
  • Temptation by Praiseworthy Stitches
  • Elizabeth Buck Sampler by In the Company of Friends
  • A & E Long and Lean by The Traveling Stitcher
  • Adam and Eve Sampler (Gift of Stitching May 2009) by Elizabeth Talledo
  • Jane Philpott 1837: An Adam & Eve Sampler by Shakespeare’s Peddler
  • 1836 Mary Hannah Gipson Sampler (SANQ) by C Street Samplerworks
  • Adam & Eve Sampler by The City Stitcher
  • And All Was For An Appil by The Scarlet Letter
  • Temptation by Sheepish Designs
  • Adam and Eve Reproduction Sampler (CS&N May 2009) by Robin Laukhuf – link to Tanya’s finished sampler on her blog.  I couldn’t find her conversion on her blog, but here it is:
    • Olde Willow Silk to NPI
      12~922 or 324
      Olde Willow Silk to DMC
      9~407 or 3778
      12~3768 or 169
  • Adam & Eve Sampler from JCS June 2016 by Vickie LoPiccolo Jennett & Christy Schmitz
  • Ann Sandles 1846 by With Thy Needle & Thread
  • Parrots Sampler by The Sampler Company
  • “Sachsentuch”, Merseburg 1763 by Kulturhistorisches Museum
  • Scottish Sampler by Needleprint
  • Margaret Hugh by Reflets du Soie (from the book Marquoirs d’Angleterre)

I am grateful for sunshine peeking through the windows.