Saturday, February 03, 2018

Quaker Snowflake Gift

It's cold and windy here today so I thought I would share a pattern with you all.
Here is the chart for my "Quaker Snowflake" design. 
It only uses one color so is a quick stitch even for beginner stitcher's.

"Quaker Snowflake"
By Sandra Longan Designs
Stitch Count - 57x57 

When I stitched this piece I used:
28 count white Monaco from Charles Craft and 
DMC Color Variations 4025. 
As always, if you stitch one of my designs I would love to see a picture of your finished piece, it may well be posted on my blog for everyone to see. 
Well that's it for today, so until next post .......

Take Care & Happy Stitchin' Everyone
Hugs, Sandy

12 comments:

  1. Sandy, thank you for your generosity in gifting us this Quaker snowflake. I plan on stitching it up soon. Enjoy your weekend!

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  2. Nice, thank you! I always wonder how these would look as a Needlepoint ornament.. I will have to try it.
    Blessings to you!

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  3. The Snowflake is so pretty.
    Thanks!
    Marilyn

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  4. A very pretty pattern - thank you! Great for quick gifts!

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  5. Thank you, Sandra. It's very pretty. This would be a perfect stitch for a variegated or overdyed floss. Love it. Cathryn

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  6. It's a cute little quaker. Thank you :)

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  7. Thank you so very much, Sandy! This is a truly lovely little design!

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  8. Oh this is nice, and a great Idea for a little gift to make,
    Martina

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  9. Oh thank you for a cute winter project. Over here in Idaho we haven't got snow yet, lol. But I'm already tucking in for winter like I always do with my many projects. So ready

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  10. Thanks for a quick cute project. Love your blog!

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  11. I just stitched this up for an ornament exchange. I've posted it on a blog with a link back to yours. Thank you for the perfect design.

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