Kit contains cotton thread, aida fabric, needle, and easyto follow instructions and results in a finished project size of 5×7 inches – perfect for framing.
Happy Stitching! [Read more…]
Let’s Do Coffee, as pictured, is stitched on 14 ct Natural Aida using DMC floss and has a stitch count of 122 x 122.
It’s no secret that I enjoy a good cup of coffee. It’s probably horrible for me in the long term, but darn it all to heck, I enjoy the stuff.
For Mother’s Day my husband and kids bought me some Butter Rum flavored coffee and for my birthday in December they bought me Pumpkin Spice since it’s my favorite seasonal flavor. [Read more…]
“If nothing ever changed there would be no butterflies.“
Project stitch count is 98W x 126H. Model stitched on 28 count Waterlily Jobelan by Wichelt using Gentle Art Sampled Threads in Purple Iris, Royal Purple, Hyacinth, Black Crow, and Cinders. Using this page at Everything Cross Stitch you can pick up your chart, threads, and all your supplies in just a few clicks. [Read more…]
I’ll be heading out with my boys to try to catch a parade and we’re going to the movies this afternoon.
It seemed only fitting that today’s chart of the week be something patriotic in honor of it being Memorial Day.
With Memorial Day and Independence Day coming up in the United States you might be thinking of stitching some patriotic themed items. What could be more patriotic than the original Pledge of Allegiance to the flag?
This chart comes from Samsarah Design Studio. “I Pledge Allegiance Sampler” stitched on 30 count Havana Linen by Weeks Dye Works with Crescent Colours (Blacksmith Blue, Smoke, Wavy Navy, Apple Fritter, Red Currant, Wild Berries, Bamboo, 12 Grain, Wild Oats, Queen Bee) and has a stitch count of 61W x 139H.
This summer we have some traveling to do and I actually need to pick up a few small pieces to stitch on and I can’t decide…
The model in the picture is stitched on 28 count Linen with [Read more…]
With Mother’s Day coming up this weekend I’ve got “mother” themed things on the brain.
This is Mother’s Arms from Mirabilia Designs. I will throw a confession in here, I was actually surprised to see that this was a Mirabilia leaflet, it seems different than their usual releases – but, in a good way.
When I think of Mirabilia I usually think of fancy ladies sitting on invisible stools or of colorful mermaids swimming through imaginary waters. I love the colors and the symbols of motherhood [Read more…]