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Pattern for a fun, Springy cross stitch design that gets cleverly finished in a basket. The pattern will instruct you how to turn a peat pot into a flower basket to use for finishing. Distressed crepe paper trim gives the perfect, vintage feel to the basket! This is a quick stitch and will make a wonderful gift. Design is worked on 36 count linen over 2 threads.
Stitch up some farmhouse fun! Look at that sweet mother hen and all her chicks. This smaller size pillow measures 5 1/2" x 3 1/2" and is trimmed off nicely with a new color of trim dyed especially for this piece by Lady Dot Creates. Design is worked on 36 count Dirty linen over 2 threads. Stitch count - 100 wide X 63 high
A new seasonal series inspired by the Baltimore Album quilts from the mid 1800's...it's quilting with cross stitch! This is the 1st of the series, Spring. 6 motifs that are fashioned after the antique quilt blocks make up this sweet piece. It's worked over 1 thread on 28 count Lugana....it's tiny, about the size of my hand! You can also take individual motifs and stitch up smaller pinkeeps or ornaments. Stitch count - 120 wide & 162. Watch for the Autumn and Winter of this series!
A small & sweet bee-themed sampler in honor of the ever-important bee! Design is smallish in size, just 5 1/4" square. Design is worked on 36 count Summer Khaki over 2 threads. Stitch count - 95 x 95.
A fun to stitch Mother Peep dressed in her Sunday-best who is busy tending and keeping track of her little ones. The design is worked on 40 count Espresso linen and then sweetly finished upon an oval mache box. I chose to tuck a birds next and tiny eggs in the base and prop the lid for a great Easter-themed display. Stitch count - 54 wide X 81 high
A new cast of characters from WTN&T, please meet Ole & Ora! You will introduce this set of characters in future releases, doing various farm chores and seasonal happenings & holidays. The first off is, Have Ye Any Wool?....it's spring time and with that comes the shearing of their flock of sheep. This series will all be small in nature and will be a growing collection that can be grouped and displayed together. Design is worked on 36 count Confederate Gray linen over 2 threads. Stitch count - 80 wide X 61 high. Finished size - 4 3/8" x 3 3/8".
The 2nd in this Seasons of Baltimore series! With the antique quilt blocks as inspiration, this wonderful sewing basket and pinkeep were created! The cross stitch is applied to an oval mache box and finished in a perfect box for storing small hoops, scissors and needle keeps. Pattern has easy to follow, step by step finishing instructions for both the box and the small pincushion. Designs are worked over 2 threads on 40 count Parchment linen. Box stitch count - 232 X 52. Pinkeep stitch count - 54 X 52
Designed with the antique German Putz sheep as the inspiration, comes this sweet & Springy-themed design. Mother robin has taken up residence in the wagon of this old-style pull toy. Design is worked on 40 count Parchment linen over 2 threads. Stitch count - 139 wide X 69 high. Finished size - 6 7/8" x 3 3/8".
A beautiful Quaker-style sampler with a bit of a modern day twist, we bring to your stitching basket Indigo Lane! The pattern includes the picture as well as the small thimble/button box. The pattern will give easy to follow, step & step finishing instructions for the box. The box gets trimmed with linen ric rac and sits upon a wooden base. Picture stitch count - 141 wide X 69 high. The finished size of the box is 4" x 4" x 2. The picture is worked on 36 count, box on 40 count and both fabrics are the Summer Khaki linen.
This sampler was designed using parts of a much larger antique sampler, S.A Lister, 1852. The sampler is worked in the same color palette and fabric as the Summer Schoolhouse-Lessons in Abecedarian series is. It makes a wonderful companion piece to that 4 part series. Design is worked on 28 count Lugana over 1 thread. Finished size is 9 1/2" x 4". Stitch count - 226 wide X 114 high
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