Of course it's called a Stitch Witch; it's Octobre!
I finally tied the knot, or any advice for an old "sew-and-sew"?
You guys and gals are too much!
Thanks for all your replies -- they are much appreciated.
millie: I had a home decorating business and used Stitch Witch to assemble my textile-based window treatments.
Don't be mislead; be misled.
That's OK, ScenicViewer!
We've all had trouble with that one.
Stitch-witchery. Hmm. Sounds like a Watchtower offense, or maybe an offence. Or maybe D-FENCE 'cause that is how you win football games, you know, the ones where you pass and carry the football into the endzone. No? Oh, you mean the game where you kick the ball down the field into the opposing team's goal and where head shots are cool? No? Well, then, I don't even know what I no anymo.
Ambien posting. I won't even remember this in the a.m.
Coco, you had all of us going there. LOL!
Regarding hand sewing as we get older, a magnifying glass on a stand might help to thread the needle and tie the knot.