A year or so ago, I begin working with vintage hankies
—they beckoned me to stitch on them.
Using a needle, as one would a pen, I stitched, free form.
I began stitching birds, and over time, moved to doing portraits of people.
Aunt Bea was always in hiding.
Hold it up, Josie said, if you need to get spinach from between your teeth.
Since they were five years old, Marion and Puggy shared almost everything.
Uncle Ted always carried a sandwich in his pocket.