Can I piece of art!
Can I share how proud I am of this piece? Did the watercolor clouds myself on cotton fabric with regular watercolor paint, then tied all these colorful french knots one by one to turn one of my favorite movies into a piece of art!
Over 5,000 hours and 3+ years in the works! My mother finally completed her counted cross-stitch with 606,875 stitches.
Finally finished the piece I’ve been working on for 18 months. A collage of all the Harry Potter book covers!
My mom worked for 4 years almost every day on this cross-stitching to make a present for my older sister.
My mom sewed this mermaid over 18 years ago and it has been left folded up inside a cupboard. I keep telling her she should frame it!
In memory of my sweet boy. I’ll love you forever.
I don’t name my embroidered pieces because people may see something different in them.
This is a wedding gift for my future daughter-in-law. It says what her name will be when she marries my son and their wedding date. The cross belonged to my late husband. He would’ve loved her.
I’m a father who learned to cross-stitch because his daughter wanted an ’old-fashioned’ Aurora picture. Page 1 complete of a 9-page, full-coverage piece. This took me about 5 days, but that pace will not be maintained…
First time trying to freehand-embroider with this portrait of my niece!
Here’s my uncle, super proud of his latest work, The Last Supper.
I’m so proud to share my embroidery progress from 2014 — 2020. No talent here, just hours and hours of practice and hard work!
I tried to do a self-portrait.
A 2020 update: lost the boyfriend but kept the cat. Priorities!
My friend bought her sofa from a company that told her they’d lost it and she wouldn’t have it in time for Christmas. I cross-stitched a pattern with a sassy comment she sent to the sofa company in anger in an effort to cheer her up.
I did it!!! The biggest finish ever and it took almost 5 years!
My dad’s an obstetrician and for his birthday, I made him an embroidered version of one of Leonardo da Vinci’s fetus studies.
I’m kind of known around the office for wearing Docs every day, so my wonderful coworker made this just for me!
The lavender fields of Provence for my dad’s fifty-third birthday (because he never stops talking about that place)…
I cross-stitched all of our guests for our wedding!
My third ever embroidery — loosely based on Wheatfield Under Thunderclouds by Van Gogh.
Sunshine on a rainy day
Beginning to embroider, but I’m a guy and a lot of my pals make fun of this sort of stuff. I was proud of this and thought you people might appreciate it.
I would think they were crazy if someone told me I would love cross-stitching at 10 years old. Yes, here I am.
It’s my first custom landscape in this style. Thoughts?
This is Robert De Niro, hand-embroidered for over 40 hours. Enjoyed this one and my husband was a happy birthday boy.
Made this for a friend of her beautiful home village.
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