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Thanks for your encouragement! Got it done.

Today I finished the Christmas stocking for my son-in-law Matt. Thank you, friends, for all of your encouragement!

Matt's name turned out well, after all. This morning, I fixed some of the letters, softening transitions from thick to thin with embroidery thread.

To make the curve of beads, I strung beads on a piece of thread, and hung the thread from the upper corners of the Christmas stocking. Ex-husband Terry, an artist, showed me this trick.

Matt will love it.

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Well done! I’m sure Matt will be thrilled with your handy work.

Beowulf2K3 Level 3 Dec 8, 2018

Beautiful, I know he’ll appreciate it very much.

Green_eyes Level 7 Dec 7, 2018


Thank you so much!


Beautiful homemade crafts bring beautiful Smiles home


Nicely done but I would have used a sharpie

ADKSparky Level 7 Dec 7, 2018

Nicely done!

Tompain1 Level 6 Dec 7, 2018

Its wonderful, and the t's look great!

MsAl Level 7 Dec 7, 2018


Muchas gracias! I tried to make the "t's" flow visually.


Nicely done! Good job on that “a”. Had to be tricky. This will make Claire and Matt happy ❤️💚❤️💚

Bobbyzen Level 7 Dec 7, 2018


You are right. The "a" was maddening to embroider. After I finished the last "t," I went back to the "a" and softened awkward transitions from thick to thin.

"Artists do that with paint," Terry said.

Thank you for your kind words.


see? Turned out really nice! I like the bead additions...

thinktwice Level 8 Dec 7, 2018


Thank you! I added a few of the beads to my red moccasins, too.

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