Saturday, February 25


The trek in the Himalayas inspired this scarf. We were advised to put one foot in front of the other and take small steps, a bit like the embroidery on this scarf - one small stitch at a time.   
The cotton silk is soft and fine and this is what I saw while folding up the scarf so I had to have R hold it up with the light shining in from the back so I could photograph it. 

Its amazing what blogging has given me in terms of interactions and learning in all these years I've had this blog.I have to thank all those who choose to stop here and all those who follow Million Little Stitches to read/view what I have to say. Its led to many collaborations and exchanges which have enriched me. Recently there's been a group ( you know who you are) who have reached out with an exciting idea which is still gestating but I'm happy  and excited to have been invited. It's much too early to say anything about this venture but I hope I'll be able to tell you all in the very near future. Small steps I guess can get  you to exciting places.

The Little House I made for this project has reached Japan. :)
Its going to be a hectic couple of days but I hope to have the CQJP pages for February ready to show sometime next week.
Have a great weekend.  


Marta Brysha said...

Thank you for sharing this lovely work. I've missed seeing your work this last couple of months. The scarf is absolutely gorgeous. It evokes a sense of well being and quietude.

Can't wait to hear about this new collaborative venture.

Numinosity said...

I've just passed on the Versatile Blogger award to you. You can check out the details on my page if you wish.
Please don't feel obligated!
xoxo Kim

Maya Sara Matthew said...

Thanks Marta, I didn't realise its been soooo looong since I posted something about my scarves - almost 3 months ! wow that is a long time.

Thanks Kim for the Versatile Blogger award.Its been a while since I was awarded one of these awards.