Easy, Beautiful Hydrangeas

April 8, 2017   /   byJanet M Perry  / Categories :  Feeds

I love hydrangeas, but they can be bears to stitch. Like any flower that made up of many small individual florets, how do you convey those small flowers without it being too fussy? Lilacs and wisteria are other flowers like this, so is Queen Anne’s Lace. Valerie, the owner of The Enriched Stitch in Connecticut, […]

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