“I love you” in binary code – finished stitching

Hey everyone! Guess who had had enough free evenings (four, to be exact) to finish a tiny project for Valentine’s day? That’s me! Since my little boy decided to go to bed really early, at 6 pm (and to wake at 5 am, but that is another story), I finally have some time to spend on stuff I like 🙂 Luckily that small design doesn’t need much.

I love you in binary code cross stitch project

The pattern can be found in my Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/listing/261506853/ . Be sure to use the coupon listed in shop’s description!

The colors are off, though, I could not find my stash because of moving from one flat to another, and just grabbed the available colors.

The stitching is mounted in a little wooden hoop.

Christmas is coming! But you still have time to…

… stitch one of these two little funny patterns for the programmer in your life (even if it’s yourself!).

Let it snow funny JavaScript cross stitch design

Me and my husband first visited US during the Christmas season. We rented a car and went all the way from NY via Boston and south to Key Largo. And every single day of our visit the car’s radio played the very same Christmas songs… I nearly hated them after three weeks of listening 🙂 But now these songs have a nostalgic feel.

Let it snow funny JavaScript cross stitch design

As you can see, both designs are inspired by the famous “Let it snow” song.

One is very short and can be used to make a bookmark, while the other is longer and more elaborate.

The designs can be purchased in my Etsy shop: https://www.etsy.com/listing/258543841/


More programming patterns in my Etsy shop!

Yesterday in the evening I suddenly had a designing frenzy and made several new pattern for the nerdy section of my shop! So today I proudly present PHP pattern: a Home Sweet Home sign and a joke about getting a life.

Purchase any of these patterns here: HTML, PHP, CSS

Get a life PHP pattern

Home Sweet Home PHP cross stitch pattern

I hope you will enjoy these patterns! And if you do, be sure to help me choose the next programming language to adapt into patterns. I’m thinking about JavaScript or Perl. What do you think?

Summer days at the sea

On my holidays I love going to the seaside! I love the feeling of sand under my feet, the bright colors, the seashells and even the salty smell (especially that). So here are three patterns that try to capture that mood, three, because stopping at one was practically impossible 🙂

A Day at the Sea (versions 1, 2, and 3)

A Day at the Sea cross stitch pattern #1

A Day at the Sea cross stitch pattern #3

A Day at the Sea cross stitch pattern #2

All three patterns are available in my Etsy shop ($3.99 each): https://www.etsy.com/shop/HappyStitchNet