The seventh of twelve in a new series from Plum Street Samplers - there will be 14 designs if you collect the entire series.
Here is a little bit of info for you from Paulette Stewart...
"If you choose to stitch these as ornaments, each block will be 58w x 48h. But if you want to stitch them all on one piece of fabric (three horizontal rows with four blocks each, pictured below), your stitch count will be 244w x 152h. This stitch count includes four blank rows (or 8 threads if using linen) both horizontally and vertically between each of the twelve blocks.
The ornaments will be stitched on 36 ct. Patriot's Brew by R&R Reproductions.
The threads used on the series are as follows:
Weeks Dye Works in Sanguine, Dove, Bullfrog, Parchment, Garrison Green, Kudzu, Grapevine, Collards, Molasses, Cayenne, and Gunmetal;
Classic Colorworks in Stepping Stones and Hazelnut.
If you want to have all the threads on hand for the entire project, regardless of how it is stitched, you will also need the following six colors:
DMC 3013 and 3033;
Weeks Dye Works in Tin Roof, Galvanized, Crimson, and Baked Apple.
I would also recomment that you have 2 Grapevine and 2 Parchment on hand.
All of the ornaments are stitched in full cross stitch over two threads, but there are just a couple of blocks with a few back-stitches or long-stitches in them.
Finishing by: Joy Hayward of Finely Finished. Thank you, Joy!
Here is a suggested layout for the ornaments, if you'd like them all stitched as one project:
I would not, however, suggest stitching all of the borders first, as there is one upcoming release that actually extends into its own border by just one stitch. I can't say which one that is, bc it's not out yet, but also because I don't know where you would like your animals placed on the grid above! It's completely up to you! :)"
Zweigart's Classic fabric for cross stitch embroideries. The distinctive weave of this fabric creates small...
Zweigart's Classic fabric for cross stitch embroideries. The distinctive weave of this fabric creates small corner...