The most exquisite and most complicated project ever….
The plate is so real and so detailed that it looks like it’s jumping out of (or falling from) the canvas.
It took me three months to finish this project.
Stitched on 28ct ecru cotton.
Finished on 20 December, 2012.
A specialty stitch to replace the MH heart-shaped treasure.
The two blending filaments have finally arrived. I waste no time to put them in use.
Sands flowing through
Wash before… [...]
Cross stitch pattern designed by Joan Elliott: “Thank Heavens for Mum~”
Stitched on 32ct white linen with DMC embroidery threads.
This is the first of the four mother’s day cross stitch patterns designed by JE.
Well my mum doesn’t like it on her purse, think it’s too girlish. I understand.
She picked… [...]
Cross stitch pattern from the book “Mango Mariage”.
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来看看拉链, 新手真的不会预测拉链的长度, 用了最长的45CM, 结果就是太长了, 最后全部被塞进中缝了事, 好在外面也看不出来
小猫咪拉链片, 眼睛可以镶钻, 不过我不会….
From September 28 to October 8 2012, I worked solely on this project.
“The fifth in Mirabilia’s annual Christmas Trees, this glimmering icy blue and white tree shimmers in green and teal.”
4 skeins of Crescent Colors Belle Soie,
3 packs of MH glass beads,
I just finished this cute little thing: “And many more…” needle packet. This pattern is a sequel to Just Nan’s “20 Flowers”. “And many more…” means many, many, many more flowers.
Here’s the original:
Now here comes my work:
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Finished on 16 June, 2012
Stitch count: 90 x 110
Fabric: Wichelt 32ct Copper Penny hand-dyed linen
Mill Hill beads: #42011, #40332, #42030
Valdani floss: M49, M81, M90, O510, O519, O521, O526, V1, V4
Kreinik #4 Braid: #014, #018
This design is in the Cross stitch and Needlework magazine, issue September, 2009.
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This week’s progress
“French Lavender”, designed by Dimensions.
I always love the scent of lavender. Though it’s not a complicated design, I expect the finished work to be amazing. What can I say? I always have faith in Dimensions.
Hopefully I will be able to finish it very soon.