There are some mouse cross stitch patterns in StitchersLand. They are realistic and funny as well. The most popular is a spring mouse with a tit. Our stitchers like a mouse with strawberry and a pumpkin too.
If I can rate the customers, Robin would get 20 stars from 10. This order was a real adventure for both of us. Send from Poland on 8 November it first comes to a standstill in Warszaw for nine days, then disappears from tracking with status “send from Poland” for three weeks, and only then appears in the USA. I should say that it reached Robin in two days then. All this time we were in contact, I claimed the reclamation on Polish Post and checked the tracking some times a day. And the whole time, she was calm and patient and said that the parcel would come sooner or later. Finally, after a month of waiting, the order was delivered, and I got this review. I never tire of thanking my customers for their patience and understanding. They are the ones who make me want to work even more.
Yesterday we had a very misty, typically autumn day. I thought it was too dark to stitch, so I decided to review my finished cross-stitched pictures. And I found two more completed embroideries of mice. One of them I’ll show you today – it’s the first mouse from our author Serafima’s series called Mouse on a Daisy. With this mouse, our friendship with this talented author began. The mouse is stitched with DMC thread on 14 count vintage Aida canvas.
Christmas is coming, so there is the highest time to stitch postcards. This year I haven’t got time for them at all, but I made one card at my daughter’s request. She needs it for changing Christmas gifts at work, so I hope the postcard will arrive in the UK on time. The main theme of the postcard is, of course, mouse, because the next 2020 year is Rat’s year by Chinese Horoscope. And since I’m very fond of Lucie Heaton mice, I stitched this one. I found it in The World of Cross Stitch magazine and I needed to change it slightly: to add Holly, because I wanted the frame of the postcard would be green, not red. So, the result is here. What do you think about it?
Halloween coming! What is more – the next 2020 year is a Rat year by Chinese Calendar. As we all know, a mouse is the younger sister of a Rat, so we start to listing Mice Cross Stitch Charts at our shop. The first is Halloween Mouse with Pumpkin, the next one will be Autumn Mouse, so keep following us to see the other mice.
Excited to share the latest addition to my #etsy shop: Mouse and Pumpkin Counted Cross Stitch Pattern | Embroidery Pattern by Serafima Abramova https://etsy.me/2ZogpkF