New for Spring & Summer of 2016- I'm pleased to introduce "Birds ~ N ~ Blooms Sampler" -Cross Stitch Pattern- Mailed Version. Inspired by many of the pretties that this time of year brings...
This Is For The PRINTED MAILED Version. Please look for the Instant Download version- in my patterns section.
This pattern is to be stitched with 1 threads over 2, on a coffee stained 40 count Linen. Just gorgeous!!! You can of course choose any linen you wish, however, keep in mind, that if you use a smaller or a larger count of linen, the finished size will change. I also extra dyed this linen to give it an aged appearance, before and then once done with the total project. Again, this too is a preference of choice.
I stitched my model for this pattern- on 32 count- with 1 thread over 1, however- I’ve charted it for 40. You’ll definitely end up with a different finished size, as noted on the chart- if you choose another size/ count of linen. The total finished size of the design as charted is 16 x 10 inches, however- my finished model- stitched on the 32 count, 1 over 1, came out to be 10 ¼ x 8 ¼ inches. There is a free calculator to figure out your sizes online. If you need help finding it- message me!!!
When done stitching- I ironed my piece, and then mounted and framed it. I’ve not included instructions on framing- as there are so many approaches. And again- as with all my projects- there are endless and many possibilities, on finishing your stitch.… I very much hope you enjoy!!!
Last thing, before you get stitching- is that if you’d like to order linens, threads, just send me an email, visit me online, and/or find me on facebook!!! I sell and carry almost all supplies used for each pattern I make…
Thanks So Much & Happy Stitching!!!
Please respect my copyrights. You may make as many of these as you would like for personal use, fun or for profit, but may not reproduce this pattern or sell it in any way shape or form. No sharing allowed either.
Please do let me know if you have any questions at all, I'm always here to help...
I hope you enjoy the first of many in my new line of patterns.