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'I am Half-Sick of Shadows,' said The Lady of Shalott - John William Waterhouse

Here are examples of this cross stitch pattern as stitched by customers. Click any picture for a closer look.

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'I am Half-Sick of Shadows,' said The Lady of Shalott - John William Waterhouse
Stitched by Lorraine

October 1, 2022 “I am Half Sick of Shadows, said the Lady of Shalott took me nearly three years to complete. The frame I believe puts the needlepoint into museum quality. It was so much fun to make this piece and subtly change the colors using unusual threads to create a masterpiece.”

Stitched by Sharon Mary

July 18, 2021 “Just the mirror to go now... it’s taking longer than I expected but I LOVE it. Started 2013.”

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Stitched by Linda Irby on 16-count aida

July 20, 2020 &ldqo;Just got my quarantine project back from the framer. Can't wait to get it up on the wall. I stitched it on 16 Aida.”

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Stitched by Colleen Montagu, Australia on 18-count aida

March 20, 2012 “I am on the home straight of doing "Half sick of Shadows" said The Lady of Shalott. Nearly finished, reckon another six months. I am very proud of it. I get up and do an hour before work and at least two when I get home, as it is my way of unwinding. The weekends are a different story, depending what's on but at least four to five hours per day. I started it on the 11th October 2010... .I am doing this on 18 count aida fabric. Thank you Scarlet Quince, my son found your site and gave me the pattern of THE LACEMAKER which took me 12 months and is beautiful,,,, thank you for all my relaxing hours just stitching away on beautifully detailed graphs.”


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