On the first spring day (yesterday), my crocuses gave me a lot of joy. They are all in bloom: purple, violet, white, and yellow. I am slightly afraid of my tulips and daffodils because they are growing fast. Unfortunately, the feather forecast for April is tough with the minus temperatures at night. I hope forecasters are mistaken. Anyway, we’ll see.
One more Easter Eggs Ornaments Counted Cross Stitch Pattern in StithersLand with a 10% sale as a new item 🙂https://www.etsy.com/listing/1424950386/easter-egg-ornaments-counted-cross
All our other Easter Eggs cross stitch patterns 🙂
March is the first spring month, even if the first spring flowers are under the snow and the temperature is -1 at night. The first crocuses appeared in my small town garden in February. But I could take some photos only when the sun shined from behind the clouds. These crocuses are two years old. I decided not to dig them last year. Thus, they bloomed the first.
These tiny individual crocuses are only one year old; I planted them last year. I hope there will be more of them the following year. They are a little darker than the previous ones.
Also, my tulips and daffodils are crazy trying to prove that there is the highest time to bloom for them. I tried not to plant one flower on another or too close, but it never succeeded, and my tulips are growing on the crocuses.
Pysanky and Krashenki are traditional Ukrainian names for Easter Eggs. Our new cross red and black cross stitch pattern is available in Stitchersland with a 10% sale.
More Easter Eggs charts 🙂
New Green Hydrangea counted cross stitch pattern appears in StitchersLand. As always, there is a 10% sale on this new chart. You are welcome!
Here you can see more of our hydrangea patterns. Some of them are with a background, some without. We have plenty to choose from.
There are some completed cross-stitch pictures from our lovely customers: Barn Owl, Horse with Daisies, and Wood Duch or Carolina Duck. They are gorgeous, aren’t they?
We have a new Butterfly cross-stitch pattern as a freebie. All you need is to drop us a message and we’ll send it to you.
Another free Butterflies cross-stitch charts are here. You can choose one of them, drop us a message and we’ll send it to you.
New Hummingbird Cross Stitch Pattern
Costa’s Hummingbird Counted Cross Stitch Pattern is the third chart from the Hummingbirds series. 10% sale for the new chart is available in StitchersLand. You are welcome! https://www.etsy.com/listing/1422494063/costas-hummingbird-counted-cross-stitch
I am glad to show you two new items in LaceCrochetFinds. They are pretty similar chokers. The difference is in colours. One is a tiny red choker with Irish crochet red rose, tied with red satin ribbon. The second one is black with Irish crochet red rose, fastened with a “disco” style sparkling black button. Which one do you like more?
New Cross Stitch Pattern
Anna’s Hummingbird or Calipte Anna is our second Hummingbirds series cross-stitch chart. It was named after Anna Massena, Duchess of Rivoli. It is native to the western coastal regions of North America. In the early 20th century, Anna’s hummingbirds were bred only in northern Baja California and southern California.