We were asked to bring a piece of fabric, two different threads that could not be divided, and a needle that would accommodate both threads at once.
I threw in a variegated crochet thread , a plain Perle 12, and some scraps of even weave linen that was left over from another project. I had no idea what we would be doing.
On arrival, we were given a page of notes on Pueblo Stitch, and told to go for it.
It was an instant decision to make a book mark, so I left enough for a hem, and just started stitching. The piece of fabric was only small and I soon came to a corner. Another decision had to be made, how to get around the corner? Once worked out, I turned the corner, worked some more, turned another corner and worked some more. This continued all the way around until I was nearly back at the start. It was here I made an instant decision to keep stitching in a square spiral in towards the center until there was no room left. I might add here that this entertained me for the day.
When I came home I added a hem and a tassel to finish it. Such a quick and fun little project in which I learnt a new stitch.