You can never hav too many flowers, am I right? New counted cross stitch pattern at Stitchersland – blue Gladiolus.
The Trumpeter Swan is the largest of all North American Swan species with a wingspan of 185 to 250 cm, so it is the heaviest flying bird in the world. We have smaller Swans in Eurasia like Whooper Swan or Tundra Swan and some authorities considered them as the same species. The adult Trumpeter Swan’s plumage is entirely white, cygnets are usually pale grey. They are loud with their cry sounding similar to a trumpet, which gave the bird its name. Like other Swans, they often mate for life and if his mate dies, a male Trumpeter Swan may not pair again for the rest of his life. As I know, these big, palatial birds are the symbol of marital fidelity in cross-stitching, so stitchers often choose them as a gift for a wedding.
Our legendary Tevennec lighthouse cross stitch pattern is ready. We now have some different lighthouse charts in our shop, such as the lighthouse Aniva in Cape Aniva, Sakhalin, Russia. Embroiderers believe that when we embroider a lighthouse for ourselves, our deepest wishes come true. Would you like to try it? Choose the one you like the most and good luck to you!
We would like to remind you of other our cross stitch Lighthouse patterns.
Our Angelfish cross stitch patterns are very popular, so we can show you two completed projects: Bellus Angelfish stitched by Olga and Bicolor Angelfish stitched by Laima. Thank you, girls, for sharing your projects with us 🙂
New counted cross stitch pattern at StitchersLand – Flying Blue Tit.
We have new counted cross stittch pattern from Angelfish series – Blue Ring Angelfish. This is 9th Angelfish pattern at StitchersLand, and we are going to create one more 🙂
New counted cross stitch patern at StitchersLand – Rock Beauty Angelfish