Delicate and expressive, not flat but convex, almost 3D-effect – this description best matches our new Thai Jasmine flowers. This time flowers are not snow white, but off-white, some kind of “champagne” colour… Made of 100% mercerized cotton, these flowers are the best for decorating children’s clothes, hats, toys, dollhouses; for creating children’s room decor, garlands; for scrapbooking, for making postcards and many other things, it all depends on your imagination.
Halloween coming! What is more – the next 2020 year is a Rat year by Chinese Calendar. As we all know, a mouse is the younger sister of a Rat, so we start to listing Mice Cross Stitch Charts at our shop. The first is Halloween Mouse with Pumpkin, the next one will be Autumn Mouse, so keep following us to see the other mice.
Excited to share the latest addition to my #etsy shop: Mouse and Pumpkin Counted Cross Stitch Pattern | Embroidery Pattern by Serafima Abramova https://etsy.me/2ZogpkF
Excited to share the latest addition to my #etsy shop: Summer Horse Count Cross Stitch Pattern created by Serafima Abramova https://etsy.me/31RbnPc
We got up this morning and it turned out to be autumn. Outside the window, there was a cloudy sky, rain and a temperature of 17С. I’m not complaining about this weather, because I can’t stand the heat, which has been attacking us lately, but still autumn always comes so unexpectedly … 🎋🍃🍂🍁However, there is another moment – you have to start preparing for Christmas, so today in our shop appear snowflakes. Crocheted of 100% cotton they are beautiful decorations for a Christmas tree. Snowflakes are stiffened and can decorate a fireplace or be an addition to gifts also. In general, how to use them is a matter of your imagination. For me, knitting snowflakes always means the end of summer and the approaching winter.❄️☃️❄️
Not so long ago I started one more Sal, although I promised myself that I would not start any new work until I had finished all the work I had started. But how could I help myself when Kate Worthington announced she was organizing a new Woodland Sal by Durene Jones pattern? And so, I can show you two parts of this Sal anyway: an Owl and a Rare.
The thread I used is DMC as always but the fabric was speciał created for this Sal. I use evenweave 32 count.
As I promised – the 8th part Of East Asian Sal is ready and presents flowers in many shades of blue colour. This time I tried to stitch more on the frame. It is slightly complicated stitching on the sides but fortunately quite simple in the center. This is the result.