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.
Continuing my yesterday post, here you have a ranking of cross stitch patterns in Stitchersland. The Blue Hydrangea pattern and Cardinals are at the top of the list, with 38 sales each. In the second place is the Raven chart sold 33 times, in the third – Wood Duck or Carolina Duck pattern sold 32 times, in the fourth place Red Dachshund cross-stitch chart with 27 sales and the fifth – Barn Owl pattern sold 13 times.
To continue yesterday’s post, here are some completed our customers’ mice stitching by our cross stitch patterns.
Two new reviews on our Fish cross stitch pattern. Thank you, Ingrid, for these lovely reviews. We appreciate them very much.
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.
There are some waterbird cross stitch patterns in our shop. They are Wood Duck or Carolina Duck, Ruddy Shelduck, Mandarin Duck, and Swan. Which one is your favourite?
And there are some finished stitching based on our charts.
We just made 400 sales in StitchersLand. Very humbled and grateful for the support!
There are three fish in the new Aquarium fish cross stitch pattern.
We have the most birds cross stitch patterns in StitchersLand. They are summer, spring, and winter birds. But not so many flying birds. Lately, these charts are popular.
Since the war in Ukraine started, our designer Serafima can hardly create new cross stitch patterns because she lives in Dnipro, the city close to Donbas, where fierce battles are taking place now. Despite this, people are trying to live an ordinary life, and the designer has started to draw a new aquarium fish chart. It may take longer, but we are patiently waiting. Good luck!