I have decided to carry on with the Christmas cross stitching, my aim is to do one a month and then by next December I will have all twelve I need and it won’t matter if I hurt my arm or am really busy!
They are mostly very relaxing stitches but the one I am working on at the moment is quite a challenge as it is so very tiny.
I am stitching this on evenweave linen so I don’t know exactly what count it is but here is my little finger for size comparison.
I have stitched this one before and it is lovely if a little fiddly to do, especially the white topping to the pudding which is difficult to see in the evenings, am just onto that bit with a second one now.
It is a JBW Design called Plum Pudding and I don’t know if I will carry on and make 6 in total for the friends who I give to as I group or stick to two or three, we shall see.
I have also been doing some not so tiny stitching with another of their designs which I have not done before, a snowglobe one.
That is a much more manageable size, here is another shot with the little finger for comparison and it is stitched on sparkly aida for extra festiveness.
It still features the same lovely little motifs as well as part of the design which make them really special. I usually buy these designs from Sew and Sew , who have a sale on at the moment but Wye Needlecraft also have a good selection including this one.
In other exciting news Mum and I have booked a mini break to Seville for when I am in Spain at Easter. I has been on my wish list for a long time and can’t wait to go, it looks amazing! Pictures from Google.
I have been writing a chapter of a book for work this weekend so have not had much time to sew but here is a sneak peek of what I have been working on, a new venture for me, a little doll for a special little girl who will be one next week.
More on this when she is already to meet the world.I hope that you have had a nice week and a relaxing weekend, take care and thanks for visiting.
3 thoughts on “Teeny tiny stitching”
I can’t decide if I like the snow globe more or the plum pudding. They’re both really cool.
Thanks, I think my favourite is the pudding though it is a challenge!
I like your festive little cross-stitches, although I can imagine just how fiddly they are!