Romy in Austria
Romy in Austria
Cross Stitch, Kreuzstich, Point de Croix
Romy in Austria
Articles : 236
Depuis : 09/06/2005
Categorie : Maison, Déco & Bricolage
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Finally my new design the "Queen of Birds" is framed and ready for being published. I'm really happy with the framing I love those "tone on tone" look of the colors. The sampler is stitched on 32 count sand linen with one ply of silk over two linen threads. The stitch count is 135x135 stitches. And now?? What will come next??
First I saw this little hexagons on Vero's blog and have fallen in love with them. I was reading instructions how to creat them and thought that would be a great project for a beginner to quilting like me. Not really a good time to beginn a new project, because I have to do a lot of working and model stitching on my new design. So I have tried to r
It's snowing outside and so I'm working on the model stitching of my new design, "Grandmother's Favourite Letters". Do you want to sneak a peek? Here it is: It's stitched on 36 count antique white linen with Old Willow Stitchery Threads First Color Black and some The Gentle Art threads. Hopefully it should be finished the next weeks! It's dedicated
Whenever I'm on vacation I love visiting old castles, cloisters, etc. I love viewing the old buildings and I always get a lot of inspirations in colors and shapes for my stitching. There are a lot of historical sights nearby my hometown which I never have visited. Maybe you know - the grass is always greener on the other side of the fence. I starte
I finished the model stitching of my new design "Grandmother's Favourite Letters". The model is framed, some pictures are taken and the charts should be available in your LNS and OLS in US soon. The model is stitched on 36 count antique white linen and the stitch count is 239 x 329 stitches and is dedicated to my grandmother Eleonora who was born i
I'm storing a lot of old linen on our attic. Mostly old handwoven bed sheets from my grandmother and my great grandmother. This linen is surely more than hundred years old and it's perfect for working old samplers in a higher count on it. Just I was looking for some linen for a new project and discovered a lot of old embroidered ribbons I didn't kn
I just came home from our annual trip to Vienna. Every year I spend a long "girls weekend" with my two daughters in Vienna. I love those days! We always have fine dinners, go to theatres and museums and certainly do a lot of shopping. Here are some impressions of these eventfull days. On the picture we are on the top of one of the towers of St. Ste
The charts for Grandmother's Favourite Letters have been published now and are on the way to your favourite OLS and LNS. Now I'll rest some days and then I'll work on something totally different. Okay, something traditional - but no sampler.......!!
Dear stitching friends! The last time I had a lot of problems to post on this page - so I have decide to start a new blog! Hopefully all my loyal readers will follow me to this place - please I would love to see you on the new blog The old blog will not be updated the next time! Romy in Austria
Is there any better time of the year than spring?? And is there any greater artist in the world than nature?? Not for me! I love spring when everything is growing. There are only a few days when the the shrub at our entrance is blooming like you can see on the picture. I really enjoy every minute of this time and wish you all a happy spring time!