Our bestseller at CrochetCabinetCrafts was dispatched today morning to Laguna Niguel, CA, USA. It is a colourful bunting that consists of ten flowers and nine leaves units with string, crocheted from 100% mercerized cotton yarn. I have not many orders now, that is why I could take photos of all the packing process using my new stickers, of course 🙂
New review on our Red-Backed Poison Frog. Thank you, Teunisje, for this kind words. We hope to see your final work!
We have three Frogs counted cross stitch patterns at StitchersLand.
One more part of Quaker Ball by Durene Jones pattern is ready. As always, without and with back stitch.
One of our bestsellers is the Wood Ducks, or Carlina Ducks cross stitch pattern. Ekaterina stitched it on hand died evenweave, which fits perfectly to this stitching. Thank you, Katia, for sharing your high-level stitching with us!
New cross stitch pattern is in progress. Guess who it is? Only one hint – it will be a winter pattern.
Thank you, Kristina, for sharing with us your stitching – Summer Horse.
One more part of Quaker Ball is ready. It is a beautiful bird, which resembles totem birds of the Indians of North America, Alaska or Canada. The difference is that their birds most often have spread wings. This one of mine has lowered wings and round heads, so it looks like an Owl. Here is the link to the article “The History and Significance of Totem Poles”, and in one of the pictures, there is a bird with lowered wings. https://www.akwildlife.org/news/the-history-and-significance-of-totem-poles
Thank you, Anastasia, for this beautiful completed cross stitch piture by our pattern. Here is Sedge Warbler, small bird from our summer birds series.
My new stickers from Savage Creation Station are here! I didn’t find the proper stickers close to me, so I ordered them from the UK, from my favourite seller. I was surprised by how fast the delivery was. I psych myself for long delivery, but it took only about a week without additional customs fees. So I breathed a sigh of relief – Brexit didn’t damage the possibility to buy from the UK.
I’m way behind in my Quaker Ball Sal, by three big pieces. But it seems I have a chance to catch up with everyone else. There aren’t any orders in my shops, so I can put away the hook and take up the needle.