You all know Jo from Jo’s Country Junction. I’ve “known” Jo for a long time, though we’ve never met in real life. She and I were quilters, then we both wrote books, now we’re both cross stitching. Jo is an amazing cross stitcher. Her work is so beautiful, and she’s fast! I told her I want to come spend a week with her and just watch her stitch.
Jo has collaborated with The Stitchery Nook to put together and host a stitch along, with tutorials and lessons and questions and answers and, Jo was kind enough to invite me to participate as a co-host.
All of the details can be found in Jo’s post introducing the Stitch Along. Everything is covered there and Jo and The Stitchery Nook have made it so easy to get everything you need to get started (and finished). There are options as far as the fabric you can use; the chart is so cute. You can order everything or just the chart or just the chart and floss or just the chart and fabric. Told you it was easy! 🙂
You have plenty of time to order the chart, fabric and floss if you want to participate. I’m not saying there’s a limit but . . this is the internet and the number of kits they’ve planned for may be way different from the number of particpants who want to join us (Jo is pretty popular!) . . if you want to join, please go to Jo’s blog post, read the details, look at the chart, click on the link to The Stitchery Nook and place an order.
I’m not going to say all the things I thought I was going to say here because Jo already said it all and she said it better and probably way shorter than I would say it! 🙂
I will say that I’m really excited about this. The chart we’re going to use has three charts and the Stitch Along is only for one of the charts but I hope to have all three of them stitched by Fall. It’s a darling trio of charts.
If you have any questions, I’ll be happy to provide answers here or Jo is hanging out on the computer this evening answering questions also.