Easter Eggs Cross Stitch Pattern

We have one more Easter Cross Stitch Pattern at Stitchersland. The chart consists of 10 eggs, created in spring, delicate, even pastel, I said, colours with different spring flowers: anemones, snowdrops, irises and many others. We also have a 20% discount for this pattern for two days. Hurry up!

The first Easter Eggs Cross Stitch Chart you can see here. It is definitely brighter than the previous one.

Dogs in Crosstitch

There are two Dog cross stitch patterns at our shop. One of them is new and this is Cane Corso, often called Sicilian Branchiero, counted cross stitch chart. These dogs are not only smart, intelligent and trainable, but assertive and confident at the same time. Cane Corso is a peerless protector. The Corso’s lineage goes back to ancient Roman times, and the breed’s name roughly translates from the Latin as “bodyguard dog.” They are loyal to their human but also assertive and willful, and can end up owning an unwitting owner, so responsible breeding and early socialization with people and other dogs is vital. (from

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The second dog in stitches at the shop is Russian Greyhound or Russian Borzoi – coursing and hunting dog. Which one do you like more?

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Pink Hydrangea Cross Stitch Pattern

One of the most popular cross stitch patterns at StitchersLand is Blue Hydrangea. We decided to create a Pink Hydrangea chart to see why the first one was so popular  – because it is Hydrangea or because of its blue colour? I’ll inform you when I know the answer 🙂 This magnificent Pink flower is called Miss Saori Hydrangea. It even was named as Plant of the Year at the RHS Chelsea Flower Show at 2014. By the way, which one do you prefer – Blue or Pink?

Small Birds Pattern

Listening to the birds singing outside the window, I remembered that we have a lot of little birds cross stitch patterns for every season and a few days ago we added one more – colourful Hoopoe, which is the national bird of Israel.

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I’d like to add some more small birds cross stitch charts. You can see here a bird for stitching for every season like spring or winter, autumn or summer.