This Japanese-Style Magnolia branch is small, so it won’t take long to cross-stitch it. But, pay attention please, that the pattern is not aimed at beginners as there are half and quarter stitches present. By the way, if you don’t like the idea with blue leaves you may change it to the traditional look))))))))
Wednesday, August 29, 2012
Tuesday, August 28, 2012
Meet a nice cross-stitch pattern of a running mouse from an outstanding cartoon “Tom and Jerry”. I was always amazed with this small cutie that has managed to survive for more than half a century all that time being chased by a cat and yet is as charming as the first day of his screen appearance.
Sunday, August 26, 2012
Where do housewives spend their time? The answer may include multiple locations, but surely “kitchen” among them will be present. This is a place where you (especially if your family has a habit of dining at home) usually stay a few hours (or more) every day. And nobody argues that kitchen must be convenient, and that everything must be at hand, and that there must be abundant ambient light …
Thursday, August 23, 2012
When a child I always admired small clownfish in water tanks. And there is no wonder that all kids seem to be amazed by these bright and vivid creatures moving smoothly in the water. And now I’d like to suggest a gift idea for our extra-active boys and girls that can stay motionless during a long time watching small fish in aquariums.
Monday, August 20, 2012
Today, when everybody is mad on 3D I’d like to make my unpretentious contribution to the world of three-dimensional artifacts as well (grin). For passionate cross-stitches with considerable experience in embroidering (as this scheme is pretty difficult to realize, though the only stitching technique used is full cross-stitch) I’ve elaborated a free downloadable 3D Flowers in wooden frame pattern.
Friday, August 17, 2012
Tuesday, August 14, 2012
This nice and delicate Rose Branch embroidered on black canvas (this way it looks better, to my mind) is aimed at embroiders that have got some experience in cross-stitching. Though the only technique used is full cross-stitch it is pretty complicated and large.
Monday, August 13, 2012
While surfing the Internet in search of inspiration I’ve “run across” the image where Baby Po took a bath. I was amazed with this cutie and despite having published the Baby Po pattern few weeks ago, I couldn’t help but elaborate another one. Today I’d like to share this Baby Po free cross-stitch scheme with you.
Thursday, August 9, 2012
When a child, I saw a cartoon film “The Little Mermaid”. I liked it very much. But as the years passed, new wonderful films appeared and the story about marine life was “dimed” with new impressions. But recently my eyes encountered an image depicting main characters of “The Little Mermaid”. I was surprised to be able to recollect the name of only one of them.
Tuesday, August 7, 2012
The number of odd-hoofed animals is growing here. Earlier I’ve published Cartoon Zebra and Cartoon Donkey patterns. Today their family is enlarged with one more representative – Cartoon Pony. The pattern is easy to cross-stitch as it is aimed at beginners.
Sunday, August 5, 2012
Meet a beautiful Arabian girl, princess of the fictional city of Agrabah Jasmine. Though the Princess is fictional like her home city, you can make her “real” by cross-stitching the pattern which I’ve prepared for today. But first pay attention that this scheme is for experienced embroiderers only as it is rich in half and quarter stitches.
Saturday, August 4, 2012
This small and simple landscape depicts a Sunset in one of the world's hottest countries (somewhere in Africa). And though I called it a landscape, this pattern is really very easy to cross-stitch. Besides you may simplify it a bit more by “removing” the sun.
Friday, August 3, 2012
Who is a Triceratops? It’s a dinosaur with three horns on its face (like those of rhino). That is exactly what I’ve prepared for today – an ancient reptile with rhino horns)))))). It’ll take you no time to cross-stitch it as the Cartoon Triceratops pattern is small and simple!
Thursday, August 2, 2012
Wednesday, August 1, 2012
I have never seen orange lizards. Maybe that is the reason why the Lizard on the pattern prepared for today is orange. The reptile silhouette is easy to cross-stitch as only one color is used. And surely, you may choose a color you think suits best.