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Guild Agility
Class Bard
Exp 400
Stitch Speed+1


Completed Quests

Quest Turn-in Details
Artist Studies: Ink CirclesNickostitch Studies InkCircles.jpgInk Circles Freebies I chose a pattern from the 2006 freebies, the November Celtic Knot. It calls for 2 shades of 2 different colors, a dark and a light. The pattern shows a green and a gold, which I didn't intend to follow. I instead asked for colors from a friend who didn't see it the pattern and they picked green and gold. So I at least switched the colors around to look different. It was okay to do, the gold part was tricky with its loops. I also used a small piece of cloth, too small to put nicely in a frame because I didn't feel like cutting a new one. Very risky.
Blackwork ResearchResearched Blackwork and discovered:Blackwork Archives Fill Pattern I may have misread the quest first time I did it, as I thought it implied we had to do one pattern also in the second half of the month. So I am glad I re-read. But I did find a pattern quickly that I liked enough. This site did have a lot of variations with various ways to grow them to make them bigger. And in my research, I could tell that Blackwork was done for a long time, but I personally still don't know why or how it is different than backstitching for a cross-stitch project. Either way, this is a pattern I found that I would do, it has slight variation but still looks nice and complex.
Bewitching BlackworkNickostitch BewitchingBlackwork.jpgI picked something new and bigger and more fun for this month. The dungeons and dragons black work project for a pixel stitch rpg. Hoorah. I added a lot of color, that I kept symmetrical for each of the corners. The only difference is the keys around the border, they take the same color as the "dice axis" that is nearest to it. Pattern, Close up view
Petite PatternsFound a small pattern to stitch:Oh? Egg. My wife wants me to make an Oh? Egg from pokemon / pokemon go, so I am going to modify this slightly. Basically not have the black box around the Oh?, make the Oh? black and move it over. But a tiny little fun thing for her to love. I think it'd take me less than 2 hours to do this one?
Speedy StitchingNickostitch SpeedyStitching.jpgThis egg and oh phrase is 176 stitches and took me 42 min and 10 seconds. That puts me at 250.43 stitches an hour, or 4.18 stitches a minute. :D Feels good. Pattern

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