My angel pattern for this year is made with orange and copper threads. As you can see on the photo, I’ve placed some of the angels close to the edge of the tablecloth (linen, 12 threads pr. cm., size about 47 x 47 cm.).
m = DMC E301 (copper thread).
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Stitched on linen, 8 threads per cm. The edge is 12 threads wide. Size: 21½ x 21½ cm.
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A Seasonal Greetings to the most beautiful tree in the forest. Runner stitched on linen, 8 threads per cm. The edge is 14 threads wide. Size: 83 x 26 cm.
Angels on their way…This runner is stitched on linen, 10 threads per cm. Size: 98 x 22 cm.
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“Angels 2010”, table runner.
Four pine twigs stitched onto linen (7 threads per centimetre), approx. 16 x 78 centimetre. The coarse canvas is stitched with two threads (DMC) or one thread (Dansk Blomstergarn). This makes the subject more airy. I stitched the table runner with black and silver.
The pattern is available as a PDF download.
Christmas is approaching, and it is time for this years angel.
The napkin is stitched onto a seven threads per centimetre linen, approx. 20 x 20 centimetre.
The small ornament is stitched onto linen (10 threads per centimetre), diameter approx. 8 centimetre.
The structure in a small pencil sketch, and the fine details of the lines makes these angels drift into the air.
I got a box of colored pencils (metallic) as a gift, and immediately used them to draw this sheet of angles. I transferred the drawing into a cross stitch pattern by hand to get the best result.
What does an elf look like? Here is my 2009 version.
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