New cross stitch Christmas tree ornaments Icicles in progress. They are like old-world Christmas decorations or festive Christmas decor. There will be not only a cross stitch pattern but detailed assembly instruction too. I am wondering whether to stitch them on Aida or plastic canvas?
New review on our Red-Backed Poison Frog. Thank you, Teunisje, for this kind words. We hope to see your final work!
We have three Frogs counted cross stitch patterns at StitchersLand.
Flying Squirrel – new counted cross stitch pattern at Stitchersland this evening. Size in stitches: 53 x 98. Size of the design: 3.79 x 7 inches or 9.63 x 17.78 cm.
Lakesideneedlecraft Quaker Ball Sal bu Durene Jones pattern in progress: beautiful batterfly with flowers.
As you can see, I wrap a hoop so that it does not slip and I can achieve the right tension of evenweave. I usually wrap it with a simple bandage, but you can do it with any thin fabric you like.
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.
After finishing this great Garden Sal by Durene Jones design, I was looking for a suitable square frame for a long time and could not find it. Since I really wanted to have this stitching on my desktop in front of me, I decided to frame it i a hoop until I could find a suitable frame for it. What do you think about this way of finishing cross stitch projects?
The third part of Durene Jones Garden Sal is ready and it is a Hare this time 🐰🐇
Update on Woodland Sal – Otters are ready. They are so cute, aren’t they? Can’t wait to stitch the next part. But the main rule of each Sal is that you get each part separately, once a month, and you don’t know what will happen next. You can only guess – whether it’s going to be a fox or a wolf, or maybe… well, what animal will be next?
Some time ago I started new cross stitch Sal from Kate by Durene Jones pattern. I ordered a pattern and a fabric because it was specially designed and dyed for this Sal. The first was Barn Owl, the second – Rabbit.
Then I stitched Weasel and Stag.
Unfortunately, then I took a break in stitching this Sal, because I decided to complete East Asian Inspirations Sal. So after the break, I came back to Woodland Sal and stitched next parties, not in the order: they are Badger and Deer.
Next was Frog, the central part and all the Sal looks like this way:
Two last parts I’ve stitched are these: Squirrel and Harvest Mice.
Now I can’t wait the next parts appear and we are discussing in our stitching group what they will be – Fox, Wolf, Hedgehog, or some more nice woodland animals. There will be three more animals here, so to be continued 🙂