Willow Tit on a Christmas Bubble – new counted cross stitch pattern in StitchersLand now.
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.
House Sparrow Christmas Bubble cross stitch pattern is in StitchersLand now! This is our 7th Birds on Christmas Bubble chart.
Two new cross stitch patterns are in StitchersLand now. Both charts are Birds Christmas Bubbles and are red. As a rule, European customers prefer The Bullfinch chart, Americans and Canadians choose the Cardinal. Which one is your favourite? I can’t decide which one to stitch first. My heart says Bullfinch; my business requires Cardinal. Maybe I’ll start them both at the same time 🙂
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
Azure Tit on a Christmas Ball counted cross stitch pattern is in the shop now. Of course, I started stitching it on a plastic canvas immediately. See how nice it turns. https://www.etsy.com/listing/1122869626/christmas-bubble-with-bird-azure-tit
I like stitching small pieces sometimes, especially when I am tired from full coverage stitching. As a result, I always have some unfinished pieces for Christmas, and all I need is to complete them all. Tomorrow maybe I’ll turn them into Christmas gift tags and a card.
This review is particularly dear to me because there is an interesting story connected with it. At the beginning of October, Michelle bought a Christmas Stars garland from me. After that, she ordered three more Stars buntings. I sent her the first order on the 5th of October, made the other three garlands and sent them almost a week later, on the 11th of October. Twelve days later, Michelle wrote to me that she had received three buntings and waiting for the first one. The tracking said, “Sent from Poland”. Registered mail from Poland to the USA usually arrives in two weeks, and sometimes even faster. This time, the order from the 5th of October flew to the customer for almost a month. All the colleagues I consulted on the subject said that the parcels sent on 5-6 October were wandering around and had a terrible delay in delivery. What was the reason for this is not known. I am doubting Michelle’s patience and am grateful that she wrote to me after she had received all her ordered garlands. And she still gave me such a lovely review!
Finished Cross stitch
Christmas Tweetings Wreath Sal
The third part of Lakesideneedlecraft Christmas Tweetings Wreath Sal is ready.