- Colour cross stitch graph with symbols
- Black and white cross stitch graph with symbols
- Cross stitch instructions
Materials you need at home:
- Embroidery thread
- Even weave fabric
Just in time for summer, cheerful sea creature show how well they’ve learned their alphabet. Stitched as a sampler this would make a lovely addition to a seaside cottage or in a bathroom. Use the letters of the alphabet to spell out the names of family members on bands of Aida stitched onto the bottom of individual towels. Or how about, personalising a beach bag as a lovely way to celebrate the start of summer?
Simple and quick to stitch up, only whole stitches, French knots and backstitches have been used making it perfect for someone trying their hand at cross stitch for the first time.
This booklet comes complete with step-by-step ‘How To’ instructions and an easy to follow key. Chart is supplied both in black and white and consists of 9 pages in total.
I am from Johannesburg, South Africa.
Some would comment that I live in my own little world of imaginary creatures and all things fey. To them I ask, does the wind not exist simply because we do not see it?
Whether it be an old bottle cap, a skein of yarn, scraps of material, a piece of wire or a block of wood, I love to spend time creating things of whimsy that I trust will be found to be fun, refreshing and enjoyable to others.
I am also a published cross stitch designer having done work for and with Quick & Easy Cross Stitch magazine (UK), Cross Stitcher magazine (UK), Jeanette Crews Design (USA) as well as DMC Paris.