On Monday, I sent the large order consisting of three Christmas Stars garlands to Bellmawr, NJ, USA. I hope the buyer will be pleased with her purchase and that her Christmas tree will look beautiful. I added some crocheted snowflakes to this purchase as a gift, and I hope they will match. I had to buy a bigger box because my permanent packaging didn’t fit three buntings.
In a completely different way I packed the choker, which I shipped the same day to Lake Orion, MI, USA. It was bought for the first time, so I’m looking forward to the customer’s opinion on this product.
Usually, when I get an idea for a new garland, many orders appear in the shop, and I can’t finish the work I started. That was the case this time too. I started making Christmas tree garlands and received a big custom order for a multi-coloured Christmas Stars garland. But by the end of the week, I plan to finish this order and send three Stars buntings to my customer. By the way, the history behind new garlands is also intriguing. I have several items at home that I purchased with the idea that they will come in handy one day. That’s how I bought these colourful buttons, which had been lying idle for years. Suddenly I had the idea to crochet a Christmas tree garland and decorate each Christmas tree with these buttons. Which buttons do you like better: the larger or smaller with polka dot ones? I promise to have these two buntings in the shop by this weekend.
Icicle Christmas Tree Ornaments counted cross stitch pattern is in StitchersLand now with 15% discount for a new pattern.
New cross stitch Christmas tree ornaments Icicles in progress. They are like old-world Christmas decorations or festive Christmas decor. There will be not only a cross stitch pattern but detailed assembly instruction too. I am wondering whether to stitch them on Aida or plastic canvas?
New Christmas decoration cross stitch pattern is at StitchersLand
More progress on Christmas Decoration cross stittch pattern.
More progress on a new Christmas Decoration pattern – six balls are ready. There will be 10 Christmas balls in one chart. A bead with a thread tassel decorates all the balls at the bottom. The size of the bead and the tassel is as you wish. The diameter of one ball is 48 cross stitches.
More progress on Christmas Decoration
More Christmas decoration in progress.
A little sneak peeks at our new pattern on Stitchersland – Christmas Decoration. So far, it’s only two marbles. There will be more, perhaps not just marbles. You can stitch them all together as a picture or individually to decorate a Christmas card. I’m going to cross-stitch them on plastic canvas, and decorate not only my Christmas tree but also my workplace with them. Anyway, get imaginative and wait for the whole chart to appear.