As I’ve decided not to start big projects until next year (this resolution does not stop me from bying more and more stuff for my stash though), the last weeks of 2015 will be marked with several small finishes.
Today it’s the Kawaii Vault dweller – nice, small, and very S.P.E.C.I.A.L
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First of all I would like to share this beautiful stitching sent in by Kelsey. She used the Skyrim logo pattern to make a little pillow. And it also glows in the dark! 🙂
Pretty amazing, isn’t it?
And by pure coinsidence, Continue reading “Finished Skyrim logo and a Dishonored WIP”
I made this cross stitch design for an ornamnet exchange on the http://crossstitchforum.com/ , but it can also be used for greeting cards.
Bullfinch on a branch or rowan
Pattern size: 37 x 37 stitches (6,7 x 6,7 cm / 2.6 ” x 2.6 ”) on Aida #14
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If you’re looking for something simple to stitch this Christmas, take a look at these exclusive designs (featured in my Etsy shop)
Merry Christmas! in binary code (in b/w and color)
On Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/listing/259991958/merry-christmas-in-binary-code-nerdy
CSS Christmas tree
on Etsy: https://www.etsy.com/listing/256074794/christmas-tree-in-css-code-cross-stitch
An extremely simple design of a Christmas tree – and free for download! Can be used to make a greetings card 🙂
Pattern size: 29w X 54h stitches, 3 colors
Approx. size on Aida #14 — 5.3 X 9.8 cm / 2.1 ” x 3.9 ”
! Download Very simple Christmas tree free cross stitch pattern in PDF
Enjoy! And remember to tag me in Twitter / Instagram when you finish your stitching 🙂
This nice little ball is stitched on C10 with masu and spindle stitches. The sakura blossoms are defined by the empty space between the green polygons.
Sakura blossom temari ball
… stitch one of these two little funny patterns for the programmer in your life (even if it’s yourself!).
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.
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/
Great stitching of my Vault Boy pattern made by Pixel, Ponto e Cruz (Instagram @pixelpontoecruz).
It seems that I’m making more and more of video game designs, both for my shop and as freebies. And then agian, why not? I sure hope that you enjoy stitching them, dear readers 🙂 Today’s freebie is the battle cry in dragon language from Elder Scrolls Skyrim, the Fus Ro Dah.
Fus Ro Dah free cross stitch pattern
Pattern size: 111 x 20 stitches
Size(s) on different canvas:
14 Count, 20.14 X 3.63 cm (could make a bookmark?)
18 Count, 15.66 X 2.82 cm
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Hey everybody, I hope you haven’t lost me. I’m here, though writing a bit less than usual. Here are some photos of what I have been up to in the last days.
Christmas ornament with a bullfinch on a branch of rowan
To be honest, this ornament is almost a month old. I made it for an ornament exchange on http://crossstitchforum.com/, but did not want to spoil the surprise until the recipient sees it. A couple of days ago it finally arrived to its destination, and I am free to post 🙂
New temari balls
Two brand new temari balls, the purple one was made for fun, and the Christmas green for a charity workshop scheduled for this Saturday (the proceeds will go to people who help stray cats).