Thrush Nightingale counted cross stitch pattern will be in Stitchersland today evening. This is the new chart from our little spring birds series.
One more part of Quaker Ball is ready. It is a beautiful bird, which resembles totem birds of the Indians of North America, Alaska or Canada. The difference is that their birds most often have spread wings. This one of mine has lowered wings and round heads, so it looks like an Owl. Here is the link to the article “The History and Significance of Totem Poles”, and in one of the pictures, there is a bird with lowered wings. https://www.akwildlife.org/news/the-history-and-significance-of-totem-poles
One more part of the Quaker Ball Sal by Durene Jones pattern – a bird. As always – before backstitch and after it.
Next part of Lakesideneedlecraf Quaker Ball by Durene Jones pattern is ready 🙂
One more small summer bird cross stich pattern – Common Kingfisher!
So far we have only had one summer small bird cross stitch pattern – European Bee-Eater.
There it is! “Sea Eagle in Winter” counted cross stitch pattern is ready and is on a 10% sale as a new pattern.
Size in stitches: 150 x 163, stitched size: 10,71 x 11,64 inches / 27,2 x 29,57 cm when stitched on 14 count Aida or 28 count Evenweave. Stitches used: whole cross stitch, half cross-stitch, backstitch and a bead only for an eye. The chart is for DMC Mouline. It contains 20 solid colours and 15 blends of them.
A new cross stitch chart at our shop presents Bohemian Waxwings.
These birds are social birds that form large, compact, and noisy groups-sometimes in the thousands – as they scour the landscape looking for fruit during the nonbreeding season. They dangle on flimsy branches to reach fruit or perch side by side in fruiting trees. Bohemian Waxwings live in Northern forests of Eurasia, Canada and Alaska.
I am pleased to present your a new counted cross stitch pattern – dancing cranes with delicate pink peonies in the background.
Cranes are highly symbolic birds in many cultures because of their beauty and spectacular mating dances. Crane mythology is widely spread and can be found in a very differen areas. More about these graceful birds are here: https://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Crane_(bird)
A new pattern at the shop now – this is Yellow Tit on the Taiwan Cherry Blossom – under this long name a beautiful exotic bird, sitting on a branch of a cherry blossom counted cross stitch chart hides.