Cats through Time SAL

At the beginning of this year Kate Worthington organized another Sal, to which I immediately joined. Firstly, for the fact that the author of the pattern is Durene Jones and secondly, I love cats. A pattern of each part comes ones a a month , so I embroidered already 8 parts. Cats are awesome, as cats are used to. There are a few photos of them.

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Make a Wish

“I like stars more than anything else. I watch them as I fall asleep and wonder who lives on them and how to get there. The night sky looks so friendly with all those little twinkling eyes.”

–Snufkin

“Make a Wish” by  Anna Petunova pattern was stisched on Iridescent Evenweave 32 count with DMC thread. 116 X 117 crosses.

Under the Sea

Finally, after a long time, I managed to finish this project. It was one year Sal, arranged by lakesideneedlecraft The author of the pattern is, of course, Durene Jones I have to say that I love her patterns,  because they are fabulously beautiful. The heroes, colours, composition and aesthetics of her patterns create a harmonic picture that not only brings us back to our childhood, but also develops our taste. There is a lot of different sea creatures on it: fish, a shark, funny octopus, stars, even a submarine with a boy and a girl, two jellyfish, beautiful Mermaid, a tortoise, a crab, a crayfish, two seahorses, a manta ray, a squid, a snail and a diver. What is more, you can find an old trunk full of gold and jewelery and a lot of pearls on the seabed. So, I hope you understand, that it was a great pleasure to stitich this gorgeous project.

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DMC threads, Flair Fabric, created especially for this Sal, 32 count.

New Photos of an “Old” Collar

For quite a long time nobody paid attention to this collar and only my friends have been wearing it for years and are very satisfied with it. After all, he was bought and flew to South Korea, which surprised me a lot, because definitely closer to this country is Japan, and the Japanese handicraft is so beautiful, that I just dare to look at them and not even dream to try to do something similar. In any case, the collar flew and I’m looking forward to feed back.