Sharing links to things that have caught my eye on the Internet this week. Topics often include stitching, textiles, design, creative living, books and more…

The Selvedge blog alerted me to “The Eleventh Hour: Quilts of World War I,an exhibit going on now (but only through February 9) at the National Quilt Museum in Paducah, KY.

The New York Times blog posted about the health benefits of knitting this week–nothing those of us who enjoy the needlearts don’t already know.

I am enchanted by Meg Evershed’s 3D cross-stitch designs like these little houses from the Christmas collection. I was only recently introduced to her work because she had a castle design published in the January issue of Cross Stitch Collection. Now I am in awe of all of her work at The Nutmeg Company.

I’m also loving the embroidery of artist Meredith Woolnough and her delicate designs inspired by nature. You can also see her work on Instagram and her website.

Video of the Week

I am a regular listener of the podcast On Being, and host Krista Tippett recently had a wonderful interview with Br. David Steindl-Rast about gratitude. Here is a Ted Talk he gave on the same topic:

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