I’m a big fan of Sam Hunter (website -- IG) so when she put the call out for a community stitching project I opted in. I don’t generally do hand work, but the initial details assured us that it would be minimal and easy to complete.
The prompt arrived and I took a very literal, mathematical approach to it. In the moment, I wasn’t overthinking it at all. I was simply following the instructions.
I mailed my block from San Jose, California 🇺🇸 to Sam and waited for reveal day. Today is the day and I’m already blown away with the Myriad Interpretations of Language.
After cutting a piece of solid-colored cotton fabric to 6'' x 6'', marking off a half-inch border all around to leave a 5'' x 5'' window in the middle, and marking our name along the bottom of the fabric, we were to stitch:
-Don't consult with anyone about it!
-Choose a thread that contrasts with your fabric.
-Using the thread, stitch a line on the fabric.
-Choose another color of thread.
-Stitch a second line that crosses the first.
🟣 I chose dark purple for my fabric. I stitched with Aurifloss, starting with Bright Turquoise (#5005) and then Light Lemon (#2110). My name is stitched in White (#2021).
A peek at the back. :-)
Take a look at all the colors of fabric the 220(!) participants chose.
See them all at: #MyriadInterpretationsOfLanguage