The snowflakes didn’t want to be photographed. I tried this way and that way. Not on a gold background, not on a blue one, not on a red one, and not on a card that said Merry Christmas. I tried everything and finally took the pictures on a classic wooden background. These look weird too. I don’t know why my hand is red, but I can see the snowflakes well, so I left these photos. I’ll make them into a vertical garland and promise to show you the result as always.
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.
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 Christmas Bubble Birds cross stitch pattern in Stitchersland – Blue Tit this time.
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?