Ideas are like yawns in my family. When one person starts it, everyone joins in. Recently I was having a riveting conversation about perforated paper–well more like a monologue since I was the only one talking. A friend at the end of the table was so bored she was weaving like a snake in a charmer’s basket, almost face planting in her soup. However, my offspring, who has been trained from the womb to love making things, perked up. He said, “give me some of that stuff. I’m going to make you a box to cross stitch.” And so we did the exchange–my perforated paper for his idea. Here is what happened.
Specifics on how to make this are on the website, www.fronyritterdesigns.com. under the category of Free Charts. It is quick to make and the box is tiny so you don’t have to have a huge house in order to own it.