It has been a long time since there has been a summary of sales in my shop with patterns. Erank shows the sales result for the last 300. There is only one leader – the USA. Our charts are most popular in Texas with 15 sales, followed by California with 13, New York with 11, North Carolina and Georgia with ten patterns each, Pennsylvania with nine charts and so on. The rest is other countries of the world. Among them, Canada is the first, followed by the United Kingdom and Australia. In addition, stitchers from Canada buy mainly Cardinals, Carolina Ducks and Beaver patterns; from the UK – little bird charts, as bird watching is very popular there; Australians like Fish and Toads cross stitch patterns. But New Zealand cross-stitchers like Dachshunds charts mostly. We are delighted that pictures embroidered according to our patterns are worldwide.
Two Daisy garlands have left home today to different countries: one flew to Kingsport, TN, USA and the other to Broadstairs, Kent, UK. I hope their new owners will like them!
This Flowers bunting is cute, and it gets a lot of five stars reviews. It is the first I’ve created, and then I crocheted some colour variations of it. So there are the multicolour flowers bunting, pink shades garland, and autumn colours bunting. I also plan to create a decor in blue shades because I have enough blue tone yarn in my stash.
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.
Today I’ve decided to do a ranking of my crocheted garlands. As it turns out, the Flower garland is at the top of the list with 36 sales. In the second place is the Daisy garland sold 24 times, in the third – seven yellow Daffodils sold 22 times, in the fourth place Sunflowers with 17 sales and the fifth – red poppies sold 13 times. By the way, can I ask which garland you like best?
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.
Nice Friday mood and a lovely review from the USA. Thank you, Curtis, so much!
It’s been a long time since I had an order for a garland of bells. I started making it yesterday and hope to finish today. I took a picture of the process on the background of the Furry tales embroidery by Lucie Heaton pattern. There is one of the pictures that always decorate my workspace.