Still working on that sampler chart. It probably wouldn't take so
long, but I keep getting bored with the chart and jumping to something
else. I'm probably going to end up with 3 to 5 pieces of graph paper
and am wondering how to put them all together. Trying to go from one
piece of paper to another while stitching seems like trouble. Any
My main question now is which INS (internet needlework store, yes?) I
should order supplies from. There is a needlework store here in MS,
but it's almost two hours from here, and hubby and I don't always have
time for a long drive like that. However, I do plan on stopping by
there before I start stitching for some advice on a few things,
particularly doing hardanger. There may be other stores in the state;
if there are, I'm sure they're all long drives from me. We have a
Michael's and Hobby Lobby in town, but of course they have a limited
supply of cross stitch stuff. So, that leaves me with the net.
Do most of you who shop online prefer large retail stores like
Herrschners or something smaller? I've been investigating what's
available online and so far have a very long list. However, I'd like
to know which y'all like--which ones have the most things available,
fastest delivery, trustworthiness, ease of ordering, and such like.
Although I realize this may result in a flood of replies (here's
hoping), I'll look for a few that get named the most often.
Thaks for any help you can give,