A four-leaf clover garland is on its way to Texas now. I crocheted this good luck charms bunting last year, and nobody noticed it on Etsy at all. This year I sold the garland for the second time, and I am happy that my idea was not a waste of time. As St Patrick’s Day is on March 17, there is the highest time to think about buying home decorations from Europe. Irish style lovers are welcome at our shop!
There are twelve Christmas Bubbles with Birds in Stitchersland! We think that’s enough 🙂 The last one is White-headed Long-tailed Tit.
Happy New Year 2022 to all my followers and friends! Thank you for being with me and supporting my small business all year round. May all your dreams come true!
One of the most spectacular birds I can sometimes observe through my window in a big city is the Bohemian Waxwing. The bird likes sitting on the wild rose bush with a rosehip in its beak, and I can watch it for hours.
Today I would like to show you another finished stitching by our pattern, The Fox in Winter. Thank you, Rosa, for sharing this beautiful work with us.
I am slowly starting to finish the Christmas embroideries. This beautiful card with a snowman was made from the Orchid kit, and it came out adorable! The kit included 14 count Aida, a needle, presorted DMC threads, a pattern, instructions and the card itself.
Slightly the second wing appears. We also have some flying birds patterns: Bullfinch, Blue Tit, and Bald Eagle. Which one is your fav?
No more to stitch right now, and Lakesideneedlecraft Christmas Tweetings Wreath Sal by Durene Jones pattern will be ready. Here is the 4th part of the Sal, without backstitch and after doing backstitch.
One more bird is ready and calling for a backstitch 🙂 And yes, it is white but you can see shining Aida on these photos.
November is high time to start making Christmas presents. This year I am planning to cross-stitch some cards and a bookmark. The bookmark will be for a lovely person who reads a lot and adores her Dachshund. It currently is ready. I only need to stitch the name of the Dachshund on the back of the bookmark. And be sure, I’ll show it off to you here!