Winter is not letting up. We had a storm yesterday. At the same time, there was a gale, hail fell, then it rained with snow, and lightning lit up the sky. All this happened at around 11 a.m. It was the first time I had seen something like that. Maybe for that, we are still drawing winter themes.
One more Bengal Tiger counted cross stitch pattern – without a background this time.
New Counted Cross Stitch Pattern – Willow Tit – is available in StitchersLand now.
Beautifully framed Bullfinch on a Christmas Bubble. Thank you, Svetlana, for sharing it with us!
That is how a small piece of cross stitching can become the decoration of an entire painting. The Beagle was cross-stitched by our Slavic horoscope pattern on the hand-dyed canvas. What is more, the size of the dog is perfect. Thank you, Lena, for sharing this incredible stitching with us!
Today I feel touched by a new review. Jo modified our cross stitch pattern to her own Betta fish, who is very old. So her stitching, so neat and beautiful, is a sort of tribute to her lovely pet. Thank you, Jo, for sharing your completed stitching and this amazing history with us!
I know that I am redoing this, but I promise – this is the last time. All our twelve Christmas Bubbles with Birds cross stitch patterns in one place.
There are twelve Christmas Bubbles with Birds in Stitchersland! We think that’s enough 🙂 The last one is White-headed Long-tailed Tit.
We have three free cross stitch Butterfly patterns for our customers. If you buy two charts, I’ll send you one Butterfly chart in the attachment. If you are our repeated customer, you get another chart. One of the Butterfly patterns is here; two more are our secret charts 🙂 Welcome to StitchersLand!
Unfortunately, we didn’t have enough time to complete all the 12 Christmas Bubble Birds we planned. Thus eleven of them are ready. Try to guess which one the 12th bird will be?