Tagged with Dimensions

Forever Friends

Forever Friends

Friends Forever (Learn a Craft) By Dimensions Other than needlepoint and cross-stitch, I’ve only tried embroidery once.  I liked it.  I think my first attempt came out rather nicely.  What do you think? I picked up this quick stitch at a craft store years ago.  If I’m not mistaken, I purchased it t LewisCraft.  Ahh…memories … Continue reading

Cute Kitty

Cute Kitty

Just a quick post to showcase my daughter’s first-ever cross stitch project.  It was a learn-to-stitch kit.  Very simple.  I think she did really well on it. I haven’t ironed it or framed it yet.  I will have to buy a small frame or maybe even an oval or circular ornament-type frame and mount it … Continue reading

Mystical Wizard

Mystical Wizard

Mystical Wizard by Dimensions This is the third wizard in my series of three.  Again, it was stitched on low-count black Aida.  I decided to use a circular mat and it really brought out the project.  In my wizard display hangings, I have this round one positioned in the middle with the two rectangular wizards … Continue reading

Midnight Enchanter

Midnight Enchanter

Midnight Enchanter by Dimensions (Charts and Charms) This chart dates back years ago.  It’s the second of three wizard patterns I stitched on black Aida.  To me, stitching on black Aida is very similar to stitching on white.  I would get a lot of queries as to whether or not it was harder to see … Continue reading

Magic in Motion

Magic in Motion

Magic in Motion by Dimensions Magic in Motion was my first-ever wizard piece, as well as my black Aida cross-stitch project.  For me, this was a challenge that I was looking forward to because up until then, I had only stitched on white fabric.  It was also the first time that I have tried other … Continue reading

Toy Shelf Birth Record

Toy Shelf Birth Record

Toy Shelf Birth Record by Dimensions I stitched a birth record for a co-worker.  I found this cute pattern which, in my opinion, is perfect for a boy. After framing, the final project was just beautiful. Too bad I didn’t take a picture of it framed. The mother was so appreciative.  She bought me a … Continue reading