Tybielee

From Pixel Stitch RPG
Tybielee
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Guild Agility
Class Rogue
AlignmentNeutral Good
Exp 1300
Skills
Stitch Speed+2
Pattern Design+2
Organization+2
Resourcefulness+7
Studious+2
Stubbornness+2
Creativity+1



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Completed Quests


Quest Turn-in Details
Color SwapTybielee ColorSwap.jpg3 over 1, 14 ct aida premounted canvas Pattern
Color TheoryTybielee ColorTheory.jpgNorthern Lights palette. DMC: 310, 939, 3750, 3834, 3807, 3814, 958, 959
Design: Inspired by ColorTybielee Design InspiredByColor.jpgInspired by their own color palette
Unique TechniquesDiscovered a Tutorial for:How to Make a Cross Stitch Needle Case
Artist Studies: Durene JonesTybielee Studies DureneJones.jpgPattern To me this pattern reminded me of what maybe someone who doesn't have 20/20 vision might see at first without the backstitching and then what someone putting on glasses would see. I added both photos without backstitching and with. :)
Stitch SpotTybielee StitchSpot.jpgSometimes I stitch in bed but the easier spot for me is on my loveseat in my living room/craft room. I usually have my iPad streaming or for patterns that are too large to print. If I have to use my iPad for patterns then I'll cast to my giant tv you cannot see. I have my switch controller nearby and my two of my many stuffies. I like this setup as I have a lot of room to place things. I also have a heating pad for when I'm cold and a blanket not pictured. I also have a great lamp behind me that is helpful when stitching on black Aida.
Topsy TurvyTybielee TopsyTurvy.jpgNormally I go \ then / so I found myself doing more / / / then going back over with \ so that I wouldn't accidentally mess up. I think I still prefer my normal way but for some patterns that might require half stitches going one way, it's good practice. Pattern
Stash SystemDiscovered organization inspiration:and storing your embroidery floss I'm not sure if I would actually do this but it looks really pretty :heart_eyes: and potentially would be a good way to make kits for people since it gives a nice thread to pull out. I do like how it stores the colour code. That's something I need to determine how to do better. Currently I just take my thread to the store to hope it matches.
Revisit a UFOTybielee RevisitUFO.jpgI have no before photo as I had yet to start this one, but had all the colours chosen. It's on 14ct black Aida 3 over 1 and a pattern I made based on a spriters resource image. Feel free to guess what you think it will become
Take InventoryTook inventory of their stash:Patterns, Fabrics and Projects Airtable

I've started my Airtable and I've made decent progress on adding all my current patterns, fabrics and completed and in-progress projects

I'll slowly add projects I want to work on eventually.
Scissor SoireeTybielee ScissorSoiree.jpgThe stork are my main thread scissors and the others are general or Aida cutting. The blue ones are fabric only though
Prepare to DyeTybielee Prepare to Dye.jpgI tried out dyeing with two teas. One was a pomegranate raspberry. That is on the left in both photos. I think the problem with its colour was the amount of water so the tea got diluted. The second one was done with considerably less water and probably more tea. It was a random tea from my collection. I recall it being from Christmas time but I had no original packaging. My kitty photo is there for reference of the white Aida that was dyed for both.
Artist Studies: Ink CirclesTybielee Studies InkCircles.jpgInk Circles Freebies I did one of the freebies Lobster Bouquet. The colouring was open ended so I used 1 thread from anchor colours 879, 0186, 0170 for 3 over 1 on 18ct oatmeal aida I wanted to choose one that would look like the rare blue lobsters that sometimes appear in nature. I also loved how symmetrical this was and enjoyed stitching that which I wasn't sure if I would. I'll be making this into an ornament over a Biscornu, the pattern suggested either.
Blackwork ResearchResearched Blackwork and discovered:Folk Flowers Blackwork When stitching you commonly use a tapestry needle and features repeating patterns. It was commonly use to line cuffs on clothing. I found lovely large patterns but these small flowers are pretty but easily could be done one at a time or all together. I also found blackwork embroidery archives which had lots of examples of things to use for borders or fill.
Bewitching BlackworkTybielee BewitchingBlackwork.jpgI really enjoyed working on the blackwork while watching tv and not having to watch the pattern. There is still lots to do but I'm happy with it. Pattern
Petite PatternsFound a small pattern to stitch:Ringcat has this awesome little yellow construction series set so I think depending on what next month's quest entails I'll do them. Here's one of them but there are many others
Speedy StitchingTybielee SpeedyStitching.jpg149 stitches in 39 minutes for 3.82 a minute and 229.23 an hour. Thanks to Alannah for the wonderful pattern. I also timed the back stitching and that took me 25 minutes.
Specialty StudyFound a tutorial:Fear Not The French Knot. I have never done french knots so I found a few tutorials but I liked that this one had a video at the bottom but also written information as well



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