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:
Try to guess – who is our coming cross stitch pattern?
I have so many orders, that’s why there is no way to create something new for the shop. Still, I am trying very hard and here is the result of my trials – I will be knitting a modern dahlia garland. Different variations in the shape of the petals are possible – some will be round, others slightly oblong; some will have the middle filled in, others will be empty. And, of course, the colours will be different, based on the threads I have available. It’s all thanks to Tatiana Litke, whose video tutorial I used to make my dahlias.
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.
Continuing work on a new cross stitch pattern – Sea Eagle. Several colours are added.
It’s the highest time to start making garland for Halloween. A Pumpkin garland has long been in my plans but only now I’ve just managed to start crocheting it. As a rule, I firstly test each new project on a plain yarn from my scraps and only after writing down the pattern I start making it on a suitable yarn. This time I choose the base for my project from one of my favourite designer – Anabelia, whose pumpkin-shaped coasters charmed me:
Of course, I had to adjust the number of different stitches to the thickness of my yarn and the hook. So the first attempt is in the picture, as well as the yarn I ordered for this project. I promise to show you the garland making process as soon as it’s possible.
It supposes to be a new counted cross stitch pattern from the Sea Eagle series.