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Heliodore’s Woodstar and a Pink Orchid (detail) - Martin Johnson Heade

Here are examples of this cross stitch pattern as stitched by customers. Click any picture for a closer look.
Heliodore’s Woodstar and a Pink Orchid (detail) - Martin Johnson Heade
Stitched by Zac Carter, Las Vegas, Nevada on 18-count

April 8, 2017 “Decided to try something a little "simpler" after the Mucha. Working up close on 18ct, the details aren't nearly as striking as they are at arm's length. As a finished piece, I think it turned out quite well. Thanks again for the patterns, and I am starting the next one using the app [SQ Stitch], so hopefully that goes well!”


Stitched by Lisa Hardy, Nottingham, England on 32-count pure white linen

March 23, 2015 [Yes, these pictures have been in limbo for a year and a half -- SQ] “I was using a floor stand with a small hoop but now managed to find a larger hoop that fits the whole design so that my work wonít be damaged by the hoop as it grows. I have loved every minute of stitching, and canít wait for the end result. My aim is to have it finished by Christmas 2015, so letís watch this space. I have other pictures that you might find interesting. I took photographs right from the beginning so that the whole thing is documented... from the accumulation of the threads, the putting into numerical order in a specific bobbin box and then copying each page of the pattern and piecing it together (and taping it invisibly) so that I can fold it and turn to each section (even when it crossed the pages) and colour in the grid to mark where Iíve stitched as I go along. I couldnít bear to think of colouring in the actual pattern and find it easier to work the piece in sections. Thank you once again for such fantastic and challenging patterns.”

More pictures by Lisa

Stitched by Ascension Tabuenca, Zaragoza, Spain on 16-count pure white linen

“It is not easy to make due to the great mixture of colors that are combined constantly in their accomplishment, but the result is exceptional and compensates the effort amply. Their schemes are really very pretty and I congratulate to them for that reason.”


 


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