I’m a Piece & So Are You

Following on from last weekend’s Craft-Tea Afternoon making puzzle pieces for the Craftivist Collective’s Jigsaw Project, one of my friends (who wishes to remain anonymous!) returned her completed piece to me. She had bravely decided to tackle cross stitch for the first time for this occasion and produced this rather splendid puzzle piece:

I'm a piece & so are you

Love this cross stitch Spaceman Font…if you do to, you can grab it for free here.

It seems that I can’t get enough of the #imapiece project, cos I spent this weekend up to my armpits in fabric and Bondaweb making more puzzle pieces to send to the Craftivist Collective for some upcoming events:

more puzzle pieces

For more information on getting involved in this very worthwhile project go here.

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