Hi there! Today’s freebie is adapted from a photo of an amazingly ornamented ceramic tile in a colorful combination of blue and bright red. You can use this pattern to make an single ornament or a cushion.
Eastern ornament pattern
Pattern size: 86w X 86h stitches, 9 colors
Approximate size on Aida #14: 15.60 X 15.60 cm (6.1 ” x 6.1 ”)
on 6 count canvas: 36.4 X 36.4 cm (14.3 ” x 14.3 ”)
In case you haven’t noticed yet, I’m a cat lover. Even worse, I’m the kind of girl that shouts “Hey kitty-kitty” and tries to make friends with every cat in sight… Anyway, here are some of my newest cat designs!
All designs are available in my Etsy shop: http://www.etsy.com/shop/HappyStitchNet
Just for the fun of it – a gif showing how the Vault dwellers wedding project was made 🙂
I hope that next Wednesday I will happily write a post on completing my Vault Couple project. While as for now I can only post another photo of my progress, which is quite plausible, because the couple is almost stitched. Hopefully the date and text won’t give as much trouble.
Skipped several days this week and did not work on my Vault boy and girl project. But then – uh-oh! – I realised that the deadline is inevitable and tried to speed up a little. Here is my current progress:
I’m constantly moving on with the project for my sister’s wedding and still hope to make it on time. Remember last week I started out only with a marked canvas? Here is the most recent photo:
I bet @Kelsey can already see who it is going to be 🙂 Continue reading
I am a slow stitcher, and to tell you the truth, I haven’t stitched most of the patterns I designed. That’s why it is always a pleasure to see how these virtual patterns become real projects in skilled hands. Today I want to share a picture of my Fish Pond pattern, stitched by Alyssa from Brownie’s Chair.
More stitchy stuff on Alyssa’s blog: http://brownieschair.blogspot.com/ !
As for my own stitching, I had to stop working on Cats in the Kitchen (again!). It dawned at me that I should make something for my half-sister Katie’s wedding, so I made a pattern, bought all the supplies and have been stitching like crazy to make it on time.
It started out with a grid…