Brigitte Dadaux often brings us vintage looking dolls and girl faces and here is another. This one is named Odette and I can just see it stitched in sepia tones or a warm blue. What color would you choose to
Simple motifs like this one from Brigitte Dadaux are so useful when it comes to cross-stitch projects. I can imagine so many ways I might use this design. First of all, I might stitch it on a towel band for
Celebrate your father’s faith, if he is of that inclination, with this free Father’s Day sampler from Feather’s in the Nest. She’s also added a Facebook page lately so be sure to follow her there too. Get the free chart.
I like deserts of all types, but my very favorite one has to be cake. And any type of cake will do. Sponge cake, pound cake, sour cream cake. Cake, cake, cake. This free chart from Chez Mounette has me
Recently I shared charts that were square shaped. This time, it is the circles that are the theme. Chez Mamigoz is featuring four sea-themed circles that will be so fun to stitch and are perfect for this time of year
I like to stitch large projects, but I also like to mix small, as one of my friends used to say, “wee-tiny” projects in with the larger projects to give myself a sense of accomplishment. This project from Magali –
This design is sure to tug at your heart-strings. Rose is a sweet little girl who is tending to her baby doll. How many mothers, aunts and grandmothers and other parental figures have seen their dear child do this. This