Wavy Christmas tree - Simple Christmas card cross stitch design
Wavy Christmas tree - Simple Christmas card cross stitch design Hello everyone, I'm still making Christmas Cards and the date for last post in the UK is fast approaching! I have so many people to sew cards for I should have started in August! So anyway heres a nice easy design that I'll be getting started on. Its got whole stitches only so theres no slowing down for fractional stitches (and boy do I slow down for those) Also the design is in one colour only, I havn't provided a colour chart…
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Leaflet 394 Christmas in the Pines
Stitch count 126w x 90h, approximately 9" x 6 1/2" on 14ct. Model stitched on 16ct French Lace Aida. Glissen Gloss Rainbow Blending Thread 000 Bright White and Weeks Dye Works 1230 Havana, 2158 Juniper (2 skeins), 2196 Scuppernog (2 skeins), 3860 Crimson are used in addition to DMC colors white, 310, 347, 498, 742. The design is embellished (optional) with one large sitting cardinal. *This design was previously published in the out of print Summer 2016 issue of the Stoney Creek Magazine.
Charlie Brown Christmas Tree - Printable PDF Pattern
*** Please note *** You will need a PDF reader such as Preview on a Mac, or Adobe reader to view and print this pattern *** Pattern details *** The finished pattern will be 8″x8″ on 14 count Aida. Perfect for hoop framing! Your purchase will contain a PDF with full symbol chart and DMC floss listings. Full cross stitches and backstitch are required for this project. *** Purchases made via eCheque will be processed once the payment has cleared *** Patterns are for personal use only. Please…
Modern Christmas Tree - Counted Cross Stitch Pattern (X-Stitch PDF)
Modern Christmas Tree - Counted Cross Stitch Pattern (X-Stitch PDF) Thanks for visiting my store! This cross-stitch pattern was personally and lovingly designed by me! This pattern calls for five green colors as shown in the first image, but you could substitute any floss colors you like or complete the whole pattern in a single color. This is a good opportunity try one of the many variegated or metallic floss colors. I’ve shown a few floss-color and background-color options in the images…