There have been a few reviews gathered in my shops lately, and I’d like to share them with you.
Two opinions are from CrochetCabinetCrafts.
The following reviews are from StitchersLand.
One review is from LaceCrochetFinds.
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Some people hate blends in cross-stitching, and some like them. The effect of using these blends is the shading Rosie is writing on. Look at this wonderful stitching!
Thank you, Vicky, for the lovely review. We appreciate it very much!
For the whole of August, I’ve sent an additional free Butterfly cross stitch pattern to each order in StitchersLand and so is the first review. Thank you, Rosie, for the lovely review. We appreciate it very much.
New review on our Raven cross stitch pattern. Thank you, Lisa, for the lovely review. We appreciate it very much 🙂
Thank you, Victoria, for the photo and lovely review. We appreciate it very much. Please, pay attention to the fabric on which Sharon is stitching. I think it’s a hand-dyed canvas which is perfect for our Raven. And will add even more mystique to it.
Look what a wonderful picture our customer sent us! The Raven was stitched by Serafima Abramowa pattern, but the stitcher added this lovely hat as a tribute to the person who loves crows and is known for wearing hats! Thank you, Robyn, for sharing it with us and for this lovely review!
When we were in London in September, we planned to visit the Tower of London and we knew that no trip to the Tower would be complete without a sighting of a raven, which is the symbol of Monarchy, tradition, and history. “If the Tower of London ravens are lost or fly away, the Crown will fall and Britain with it.”Or so the legend goes! The ravens were there!
Ravens are one of the smartest animals, which sometimes associated with death and dark omen. Edgar Allan Poe knew what he was doing when he used the raven instead of some other bird to croak out “nevermore” in his famous poem. But the real bird is somewhat of a mystery. Cultures from Tibet to Greece have seen the raven as a messenger for the gods. Celtic goddesses of warfare often took the form of ravens during battles. The Viking god, Odin, had two ravens, which flew around the world every day and reported back to Odin every night about what they saw – more interesting facts about this bird you can read here
It is said, that people born in the month of Raven find strenth in solitude and don’t like the hustle and bustle. They can also easily find the right solution to any problem because of developed powerful intuition. As Ravens, they are always calm and confident, because these birds are associated with wisdom and insight knowledge. What is your Zodiac sight? Maybe Raven? Or Wolverine? We are going to create more Zodiac sights by Slavic Horoscope, so the theme is continued.