Thursday, July 31, 2014

2 spider images small and large

Can be used for Halloween or if you just love spiders!

26 Letters of the Alphabet in Arizona Font


Each Letter is 20 stitches high and between 6-9 stitches wide.


Things Are Looking Up Thank You For This Blessing Lord

Based on a haiku by Kristen Wilkerson, cross stitch an inspirational message of hope with butterflies in 14 count aida cloth. Size is 3.57 inches by 4.57 inches. and will fit a 4x6 frame

Earth has no sorrow that Heaven cannot heal

Based on an encouraging message by philosopher Thomas More Cross Stitch an inspirational message of hope in 14 count aida cloth. Size is 3.57 inches by 4.57 inches. and will fit a 4x6 frame.

A Rose for You with Love

A single stem rose for a loved one is cross stitched on 14 count aida. The size of the design is 3.6" x 4.7" and will fit a 5x7 frame. Cut cloth 6"x8"

Mother Love Motto

Reminiscent of the old fashioned cross stitch, is there anything more beautiful than a mother's love
All you need is a 6 x8 inch piece of 14 count Aida, and 3 colors of embroidery floss to make this Mother Love motto that will fit in a 5 x 7 inch frame. Easy enough for the beginner cross stitch artist.  

Mom Heart Tattoo

Give Mom a tattoo from the heart.
 This pattern is sized for an 6x8 frame using 8x10 inches of aida cloth. A yellow banner with the word MOM is draped around a red heart outlined in black. Perfect for the non-conventional mother.

Cross Stitch Dragon To Fit A 5x7 Inch Frame

 Look out for Flying Dragons!!!
Cut a piece of Aida 14 count cloth to 6x8 inches. Your floss is light blue background, light green and dark green for the body with red for the eye and tongue.

Cross Stitch Kwanzaa Kinara Candelabra

This free cross stitch Kwanzaa Kinara will fit into a 4x6 inch frame. The actual size of the piece is 3.5x4.2 inches. Cut your 14ct. aida to 5x7 inches.

Instructions to make an ornament are HERE

Medieval Winged Gryphon Dragon

This is a companion chart to the the filet dragon gryphon on my Filet blog. To see it, go HERE
Good for needlepoint or cross stitch

For crochet, it's easier to work sideways.

Wednesday, July 30, 2014

Woodland Animals Goose Moose Running Buck Deer, Wolf and Fish

Here are 5 charts or graphs I designed of a flying goose, a moose, a leaping fish, a wolf and a running deer with antlers. suitable for a wide variety of techniques. They would be fun on a hat, bag or pillow. These are small charts, most are 20x20, or around that size. Great motifs for cabin decor