Model stitched two over two on 28 Ct. Opalescent Blizzard Blue Cashel using Anchor floss and Mill Hill Beads (or all DMC white, 891, 762, 414, 703, 973). Stitch Count: 39H x 29W. Design Size:. 2.78"x 2.07".
Reprint of a previously discontinued pattern. "Red sky at night, Sailor's delight. Red sky in the morning Sailor take warning." "A sun shiny shower. Won't last half an hour." All models stitched two over two on 32 Ct. Lambswool using DMC floss. Stitch Count for Large Designs: 84W x 110W. Design Size: 5 1/4" x 6 7/8". Stitch Count for Small Design "House": 36H x 48W. Design Size: 2 1/4" x 3" Stitch Count for Small Design "Seaside": 37H X 49W. Design Size: 2 1/4" x 3 1/8"
Welcome in each month of the year with a new design from Little House Needleworks. Both designs are included in the package along with enough Crescent Colours floss to complete both designs. You supply the needle and fabric. Model stitched on 28 count Natural Raw Linen. The stitch count for each design is 69W x 69H.
"April Showers" stitched on 30 count Old Mill Java. Stitch count: 45W x 79H. "Oh Sweet Pea" stitched on 30 count Korty's Special Blend. Stitch count: 42W x 70H. "Spring Wreath" stitched on 30 count Old Mill Java. Stitch count: 43W x 74H. All three projects use DMC, Gentle Art and Classic Colorworks floss. (floss listing is for all projects)
"Before looking for the rainbow, try dancing in the rain." Model stitched on 28 Ct. Antique white Jobelan using DMC, Threadworx and Weeks Dye Works. Shown with Stoney Creek magnet MG050. Stitch Count: 91x67
"April showers bring May flowers." Model stitched on 32 Ct. Water Lily linen with DMC floss, Gentle Art Sampler threads, and Weeks Dye Works floss (or all DMC White, 310, 900, 3768, 932, 433, 922, 732, 3756, 987, 727, 743). Stitch Count: 125W x 74H. Design Size: 8" x 5"
"Catch a falling star and put it in your pocket", "Save it for a rainy day". Model stitched on 35 count Tin Roof Linen by Weeks Dye Works with Needlepoint Silk. DMC conversions are 646 830 632 3021. The stitch count is 168W x 111H.