This cross-stitch pattern comes from Lizzie Kate. Buzzy String is stitched on 14 count Aida, Toast colorway. The flosses are all the called for DMC. I have purchased several of the string patterns. They are very fast for quick gratification. Maybe you too can pick one up and start it today.
Saturday, August 17, 2019
This piece was quite fun to stitch. The design is by Hands On Design. Star Spangled Swine Farm is stitched on chalkboard black Aida fabric 14 count. The flosses are the called for colors The Gentle Art chalk and shutter green, Classic Colorworks licorice red, sea Shelley, Weeks Dye Works glacial melt and DMC 3852.
This pattern by With Thy Needle & Thread was much sought-after. I had to search several online sites as it was frequently sold out. The only specialty floss is whisper floss by Rainbow Gallery. This floss really brings out dimension to the beard. I modified the pattern a bit from the original. All other flosses were DMC:. 3771, 783, 322, 3781, 712, 304, and 930. I really like 304- it makes a fabulous red.
This year I stitched along with The Fat Quarter Shop and The Real Housewives of Cross-stitch during July. I started this pattern by Little House Needleworks called Deer Valley Inn. I modified the pattern to suit the recipient. DMC flosses utilized 869, ecru, 3777, 434, 730, 3371, and 841. I plan to finish this piece as a pillow that will go in a winter holiday display.
This will eventually be made into a small pillow that will decorate the table during the cooler months of the year. The cross-stitch pattern is by Little House Needleworks, called Hot Cocoa. Aida fabric coffee- tea dyed. The flosses are all the called for colors and all DMC (434, 801, 936, 3721, 3862, and ecru.
This stitched up quickly and is adorable!! Happy Stitching!
I started the cutest pattern Little Summer Fling by Luhu Stitches. I just love fresh, juicy strawberries and this one looks good enough to bite. I used coffee/ tea dyed Aida 14 count. The flosses are all DMC:. B5200, 321, 819, 520, and 743. The colors just pop!