We have a wing!
New pattern in progress. Hope you guess – this will be flying Taiwan Blue Magpie.
Our Bengal Tiger is growing 🙂
Just in a moment, ears appear. Our designer continues working on a new cross stitch pattern – Bengal tiger. What do you think about it?
According to the Chinese Astrology Calendar, 2022 is the Year of Water Tiger. We realised that we didn’t have a single tiger pattern, so our designer immediately got to work. True, our tiger will not be swimming, only lying on the grass. But it will be a Bengal tiger. The beginning of the new patterns is here:
New Sedge Warbler cross stitch pattern from our little summer birds series. The sedge warbler is a small, quite plump, warbler with a striking broad creamy stripe above its eye and greyish brown legs. It is a summer visitor, and winters in Africa, south of the Sahara Desert.
This is what the download files look like.
More feathers in a new cross stitch pattern – the Sea Eagle. Three photos to see all the progress.
Here is the process of creating a new cross stitch pattern from the “Fly” series. This will be a Bald Eagle native to North America. Bald eagles are not bald; the name derives from an older meaning of the word, “white-headed”. As a rule, the Bald eagle shuns people and settles away from populated areas. Partners remain faithful to each other for many years, often all their lives. Eagles hatch from one to three chicks each year. In 1782 the Bald Eagle was officially recognized as the national bird of the United States, its images appeared on the coat of arms, the presidential standard, monetary signs and other state attributes of this country, as well as on the logos of national corporations. Indians identify the bird with a deity, and many legends and rituals are associated with them.