New Frog Pattern

We have a new cross stitch pattern – the Red-backed Poison Dart Frog, a terrestrial frog, gets its common name from the splash of colour across its back that can vary from scarlet red to fiery orange. Less than an inch (2.5 centimetres) in length, this colourful frog is small enough to be included in the group of frogs called “thumbnails.” Primarily a ground dweller in lowland areas of the upper Amazon of Peru and Ecuador, it does occasionally climb trees. Its poison is moderately toxic (from https://www.aquariumofpacific.org/onlinelearningcenter/species/red_backed_poison_dart_frog)

New Lighthouse Pattern

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.