There is summertime, and we can have a long walk in a city park or the forest during our holiday. We often like to observe nature and listening birds singing. Stitchers also take their stitching with them to use natural lighting to capture the beauty of nature. So here you have some summer birds cross stitch patterns examples you can take with you outside the home. They are small, take no more place and can create a memory of the summer.
We have not shown the finished stitching for a very long time. At last, we have something to boast about – beautifully stitched Common Chiffchaff by our cross stitch pattern. Thank you, Sofka, for sharing it with us!
March means spring. For this reason, I am pleased to present to you our cross stitch patterns of small spring birds. These are birds that can be seen both in cities and the countryside. They are Robin, Barn Swallow, Willow Tit, Eurasian Penduline Tit, Collared Flycatcher, Common Chiffchaff, and Coal Tit. All these charts you can find in https://www.etsy.com/shop/StitchersLand
The new cross stitch pattern in StitchersLand – Common Chiffchaff from the Little Summer Birds series.