Flosstube Episode 35: Endings & Beginnings

Thank you so much for tuning in to the Cozyegg flosstube/podcast! In this episode I share a finish and a new start. Super short video this time!


  • Join Emily (eclecticpossessions) and I on Instagram for #dark13stitching where we stitch on something dark and creepy on the 13th of every month
  • Melanie’s Soulful Stitching Facebook group also has monthly Darktober stitching SALs on the 13th of every month
  • Join the Hawk Run Hollow SAL hosted by Abi Bellastitch and I – on Instagram you can use the #hrhvillagesal if you’re stitching on Village and/or use the tag #letsallmovetohawkrunhollow for any Hawk Run pieces.  Abi set up a Facebook group called Let’s All Move to Hawk Run Hollow if you’d like to join!
  • Year of WIPs Challenge in Melanie’s Soulful Stitching Facebook group
  • Salem Notforgotten SAL – in honor and remembrance of the 325th anniversary of the Salem witch trials.  We are using the Instagram tags #salemnotforgotten and #salem325 For more information on the Salem witch trials, here is a brief article.
  • Dutch Beauty SAL on instagram #dutchbeautysal with Emily (eclecticposessions) and I

Show notes:


  1. And They Sinned by Examplar Dames – GAST on 40ct Elegant Bean


  1. Coffee Quaker by Heartstring Samplery – Weeks, GAST, and CC on 40ct Stars Hollow by R&R


  1. Dutch Beauty by Permin of Copenhagen – DMC & silks on 40ct Zweigart Mallow overdyed by me

Thanks so much for watching!

Grateful for a finish!

2 thoughts on “Flosstube Episode 35: Endings & Beginnings”

  1. Seeing your Salem Remembered SAL reminded me I meant to share this website with you. It’s written by a local (to me) historian about the Witch Trials which took place where I live in the 1660s.
    The reason why they are so relevant to Salem is that the case was used as a precedent and allowed the Salem Witch Trials to take place.

    “it is arguable that without the trial of the Lowestoft Witches and the publication of the trial report, then the infamous witch trials at Salem in 1692 might never have happened. Cotton Mather states that when the Magistrates at Salem were looking for a precedent in allowing so-called “spectral evidence” they consulted the Tryal of Witches booklet. Upon discovering that no lesser person than Sir Matthew Hale had permitted this evidence to be used in court, they to accepted its validity and the trials proceeded.”

    I think you’ll be fascinated by the story of Amy and Rose.

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