I’m so not a girly foo-foo pink frilly kind of girl.
Not to say I don’t like girly things, I like hearts and flowers as much as the next gal, but not boring blah pink same old crap flowers.
I want big blooming magnolias, black roses, or flowing lilies, or simple daisies and purple tulips. [Read more...]
The free Brushstroke Butterfly pattern has been stitched in many ways for charities and gifts over the past few years, but I really like the addition of a quote as Nancy has used it here in her gift for a friend…
“Just when the caterpillar thought the world was over, it became a butterfly.” -Anonymous
- As a side note, someone please remind me to order some Picture This Plus fabbies for my stash cabinet. I’ve noticed a few folks using them in the STNA Facebook community and in the Ornament Club and the fabrics are really lovely.
Happy Stitching! [Read more...]
Cynthia used 28ct Mercedes Cashel Linen and DMC threads in 550 an 3837 to stitch up her Goddess.
If you stitch this or any of the other patterns available from Stitching the Night Away I would love to add your photos to the gallery too! You can email them to me or post them in our Facebook community.
Katherine made a few changes when she stitched her ornament and was kind enough to share her work with me.
Instead of a fabric she used Holly Green Mill Hill Perforated Paper for stitching her ornament and [Read more...]
I can’t tell you how ridiculously happy this makes me!! I’m over the moon with enthusiasm for stitching and for the community around this website. You folks rock!
This is Pam R’s first stitched ornament in the group. She used a darker DMC on the green parts to get a better contrast with the fabric that she chose and I think it looks awesome
This is Nita’s finished Holiday Berries cross stitch – this is the first design in the 2012 Ornament Pattern Club.
She used the DMC conversion, along with Rainbow Gallery silver metallic and stitched it on a pale green linen from Dove Fabrics.
Thank you for sharing your stitching with us, Nita!