In September we decorated a few gingerbread men with the kids 😉 When you purchase this pattern on Craftsy you receive the charting for all four of these gingerbread men that you can change, alter, and decorate however you’d like. Add some of your favorite embellishments or beads and he’ll be as unique as a […]
The best way to celebrate any holiday is simply with love and kindness to each other. A simple and fun ornament to stitch and one of my favorites this year. I hope you enjoy it as much as I have. If you missed out ornament club registration, you can purchase the chart individually here for […]
The Ornament Club design for June was simple and sweet, great for using up extra threads, making quick gifts, or just hanging on the tree. If you missed the club registration deadline for this year you can still purchase the PDF file of this pattern individually right here for $2.75. After Payment Be Sure to […]
April’s Ornament Club pattern release was another two-for-one deal, you could stitch them as front and back of one ornament or create two separate ornaments, change the colors up, mix and match to have some fun. Several ornament club stitchers chose to use variegated threads for their ornaments and they all came out beautifully! (pictures […]
Our Ornament Club pattern for March can be stitched up as a two-sided ornament or as two individual ornaments. I also charted it in 4 different DMC colors, but you could easily replaced those with any other color combination or stitch the entire thing in a fun variegated thread. If you missed the registration deadline […]
This is my first finish of the year ~ YAY! A fluffy white snowflake ornament stitched on a 28 count Cashel Linen solo fabric from Silkweaver that my son picked out of the stash cabinet. The fabric color makes me think of a winter sky at dusk when there’s lots of fluffy snow on the […]
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
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! Happy Stitching!