The trees outside my window are green, the sky is blue, but autumn is already in the air. It’s getting cool, the wind is blowing hard, and there are colourful maple leaves underfoot. That’s probably why my next garland is in autumnal colours. As each new garland, this one becomes my favourite, which warms the soul with its delicate shades of yellow. The Fall bunting will be available at CrochetCabinetCrafts on Etsy this weekend.
Creating this new bunting, I used only pink and red shadows yarn. Two new colours appear in my stash – dusty rose and raspberry.
One more part of Quaker Ball is ready – a beautiful Dragonfly. Backstitch brings it up to life. The first two photos were taken by my mobile phone camera, the last one – with the help of Instagram filters. That’s why it is so heavy going to take the right photo of your product.
New cross stitch Christmas tree ornaments Icicles in progress. They are like old-world Christmas decorations or festive Christmas decor. There will be not only a cross stitch pattern but detailed assembly instruction too. I am wondering whether to stitch them on Aida or plastic canvas?
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.