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.
Great Tit on the Christmas Bubble counted cross pattern is the last bird we’ve created this year. We planed twelve Christmas Bubbles charts. Unfortunately, we did not make it in time. Thus, one more Christmas Bubble bird appears next year.
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.
On this frosty Christmas morning, I’d like to show you how cross-stitched pieces can be used for Christmas tree decoration. Thank you, Olga, for sharing this beautifully stitching Christmas Bubble.
Lots of our cross stitch patterns were finished recently, and we are very grateful to our customers, who sent photos of their works to us. Christmas Bubbles stitched on a plastic canvas.
The third Christmas Bubble Bird counted cross stitch pattern is in the shop now. https://www.etsy.com/listing/1125678466/christmas-bird-bubble-counted-cross
It is a European Goldfinch, one of the top-rated stitching birds among European cross stitchers. We plan to design Bullfinch and Cardinal on a Christmas Bubble too. Which one do you prefer?
One more Bird Christmas bubble counted cross stitch pattern in StitchersLand – Yellow Breasted Tit https://www.etsy.com/listing/1137690305/bird-christmas-bubble-counted-cross
It turns gorgeous! Azure Tit Christmas bubble cross-stitched on a plastic canvas. I haven’t decided yet how to finish it, maybe I stitch the second bubble with another bird and then unit them together. For the present, the first bird without and with the backstitch is ready!
We’re working on a new cross stitch pattern – Christmas bubbles with winter birds. Do you like the idea?