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I learned to embroider when I was a kid, when everyone was really into cross stitch (remember the '80s?). Eventually, I migrated to surface embroidery, teaching myself with whatever I could get my hands on...read more

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Cotton Quartet Project Index

 

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Since this is a stitch-along project, you’ll find it helpful to have a project index where all the lessons for Cotton Quartet are listed in one place.

In this project index, you’ll find all the lessons listed in chronological order as we work through the project. I’ll also take you on a small tour of my website, so you know where to find this project index (and lots of other embroidery projects!), if you’re new to Needle ‘n Thread.

Cotton Quartet Project Index

If you’re not familiar with the layout of the website (for example, maybe you rely solely on these articles being delivered to your email inbox), I encourage you to visit my home page on Needle ‘n Thread and take a look at the main menu.

On your computer, the main menu is across the top of the page. On a mobile device, you’ll find the menu in the top right corner, where you see a little “hamburger” of three stacked lines. Touch that, and the main menu of the website will pop out.

In the main menu, you will find a heading titled Tips & Techniques. And on that page, at the top of that Very Long Index of articles that offer multiple types of tips and techniques for hand embroidery, you’ll find a section titled Hand Embroidery Lessons & Step-by-Step Projects.

In that section, you’ll find lots of indexes for step-by-step projects that can be found on the website. They arranged with the most recent projects first. So, you’ll find this index for Cotton Quartet listed right at the top, since it is the current step-by-step project on the website.

Cotton Quartet Lessons

As we work through Cotton Quartet together, each time a lesson for the project is published, I’ll add a new link to the following list of articles. You can bookmark this page or save the link to it, so that you can refer to the list as desired.

Subscribe via Email

If you want to subscribe to the Needle ‘n Thread newsletter so that all the lessons are delivered to your email inbox – along with my other blog posts – you can do so here on Needle ‘n Thread. When you enter your email address, you’ll receive a confirmation email in your inbox, with a link to click to confirm your subscription.

It’s an easy way to keep up with what’s up on Needle ‘n thread!

Patreon Members

Members of the Needle ‘n Thread Community on Patreon receive the lessons for this project as a PDF download for easy saving a printing. The lessons are published in conjunction with the stitch-along, as it develops here on Needle ‘n Thread.

 
 

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  1. I was hoping that you might have some more kits for cotton quartet. Could you let me know? I can come up with my own and join in a bit late.

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    1. Hi, Jill, we are making them as quickly as we can. If you’d like to be on the list to receive advanced notice when the next batch is ready, please drop me an email at mary (at) needlenthread (dot) com and I’ll add you to the list. Thanks a bunch!

  2. I have been recently your emails for a few years…but haven’t received anyinth the past month or so. I was wondering if I’m still on the news letter list?

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    1. Hi, Patricia – No, using your email you submitted when you left the comment here, you’re not presently subscribed to the newsletter list. What usually happens in cases like this is that your email service provider started filtering my newsletters to spam or blocking them as spam, in which case my newsletter app would automatically drop your email from the list after so many attempts to deliver. You can resubscribe on the left column of the website, and it should start them up again. Let me know if you have any difficulties! Thanks!

  3. Mary, I have an old computer. Can you send me the PDF versions of Cotton Quartet. I purchased the kit, received it and ready to start. Because of the late start I did not receive the PDF versions promised if a patron. Your work is so impeccable, so creative.

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    1. Hi, Alice, if you are on Patreon, the PDFs are available on Patreon. They’re always there – they don’t disappear. You’ll find the first one on this post: https://www.patreon.com/posts/cotton-quartet-i-65859545

      You’ll find the second one on this post: https://www.patreon.com/posts/cotton-quartet-2-66831259

      We cover more in each PDF than we can on the website, so all the installments so far, plus the next three blog lessons, are in those two PDFs.

      Even on an old computer, all you need to do is click the link at the bottom of the post for the PDF. It will open in a new window. Go to “File” in the main menu of that window, and scroll down to “Save As” to save the PDF to your computer.

      Hope that helps!

  4. Cotton Quartet! I need help in selecting the stretcher bar frame for this beautiful project. There are so many and this is very confusing, where can I order them from. We do not have a needle shop in our are. Mary suggested a 8″x 11″ or 12″
    Looking forward to get started.

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  5. Will you be selling g goldwork supplies? I have an EGA member that is desperate to do a specific project and cannot find the threads.
    Also do I need to sign up somewhere for the cotton quartet kit???

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    1. Hi, Deborah, I have a goldwork kit coming out a little later, but I probably won’t be selling individual cuts of goldwork threads. Tanja Berlin in Canada is the best source in North America.

      If you drop me a line for advanced notice, I’ll let you know when the cotton quartet kits are in again.

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