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Abstract Christmas Trees Cross Stitch


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3 abstract Christmas tree designs for the price of one! Each one separately stitched would look great on the front of Christmas Cards or stitched together in a frame as a gift. Perfect for those wanting to add a touch of the handmade to Christmas this year. Included in our pattern is a colour chart with floss legends in DMC, and a colour pattern chart Due to the electronic nature of the pattern, no refunds can be given after the file has been downloaded. These designs are copyright Beki Harrison 2013. You may stitch them yourself and give the finished products as a gift, but you may not share, distribute, re-sell the pattern, or sell the finished product for profit.

Supplies Needed

  • Floss
  • Aida
  • Needle

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Rather Unseamly
Rather Unseamly
Fighting the Stigma of Cross Stitch! Cross stitch has become a bigger and bigger part of my life in recent years. It's always annoyed me that there hasn't been the kind of kits and patterns that I want to stitch so my solution was to make them myself. There is still a stigma with cross stitch that it is a 'granny craft' and although I believe there is a lot of beauty to traditional cross stitches I want to create modern and fun patterns and stitches that can appeal to a new generation of stitchers. Everything in my shop is unique to Rather Unseamly. I spend the time thinking up the designs and creating them. Nothing goes into my shop unless it is something I want to stitch and if I believe the design will appeal to a modern audience. Often enough I find myself with at least 3 of my patterns on the go at once! I find inspiration from all over the shot. Sometimes it's something I see online through blogs, Facebook or videos. Sometimes it's some sarcastic comment that a friend has made. Sometimes even I don't know where my designs pop into my head from! I'm always looking for new ways for cross stitches to be more than just pretty designs. I'm currently developing a range of kits and I'm starting to look into cross stitch jewellery. So stay tuned because 2015 is going to be an exciting year!