Are you in the mood for some spring flowers? You can find these sweet arrangements on Cross-Stitching.com. Here is the link to the page for these particular flowers, however, you must register to be able to download the chart. It’s easy and it then gives you access to many other great charts.
Hope you are seeing signs of spring soon and I hope you enjoy these spring bouquets as much as I do.
Every now and then one needs something a little different than what they generally stitch, so here from Coatscraft of Spain come a lovely assortment of Bonsai Trees.
Any of these trees will be a pleasure to sew but there are other little designs on this chart that can be incorporated into a fine stitchery.
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I found this and thought it was so pretty. It’s called Spring Envy. It comes from Le Marquoir d’ Elise. It can be stitched as a bookmark or a border.
The link to the chart is here. After all, we are all longing for Spring right about now.
Do you ever wish you had that one little design to add to a stitchery that is of a seashell, a fish, an anchor? These are really cute marine examples from Coatscraft of Hungary. There are 3 different sheets provided for your selection here. They are in jpg format so all you need is a place to store them and use one on that special guest towel or maybe a card.
Enjoy, and have a nice weekend!
Here from the web site Good Life 2 Go is an old pattern from DMC of various bowls, cups, a teapot, and cherries!
Even a cherry tart! Just go to Good Life 2 Go and follow the link “Download the chart here.” You can stitch all or just individual elements of the chart.
Have a pleasant week.
This is an old chart by A Mon Ami Pierre shown here on “Kadonneen mallikartan metsastaja – A Hunter of a Lost Chart“. The entry is from 2010.
If you look under the photo on the web site, you will see a little box with an ‘x’ in it followed by: Nettiosoite: Ilmaismalli. This is what you click on to get to the PDF of this beautiful chart. The PDF is in 7 pages, so once you’ve printed it off you can tape the whole chart together. Her rendition of it was done in a variegated thread, and it is gorgeous.
Enjoy and have a nice weekend.
By now many of you have seen this chart from Casey Buonaugurio offered here. Just locate the chart labeled Chocolate Covered Cherries.
Here is a sweet rendition of it done by Dietrolangolo
Hop on over and see her finish and then work one up for yourself.
Thanks for stopping by and here’s wishing you a great work week.
Here is a sweet card to put together for someone special. It comes from http://www.sewandso.co.uk. on this link.
While you are there check out their other free charts.
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Actually Needle’n Thread pointed this lovely site out on 1/28/16. Hands Across the Seas Samplers says on their web site that they “specialize in authentic reproductions of fine antique needlework”. Follow the link to Needle’n Thread to read their introduction to Hands Across The Seas Samplers. About halfway down the article they provide a link to this chart that is very fun to stitch.
Needle’n Thread says she has plans for working this chart up in bead embroidery. I can’t wait to see it.
Have just a wonderful week!