Lesley Teare Needlework design

Friday Freebie!

15th Sep 2017

That day of the week again. Hope you have all had a good week.

The poinsettia flower is the design this week for your sampler or to add to a small motif for cards / ornaments.

I have added an additional post that shows an alphabet for you to download. This can be added to the sampler or for you to add a special message of your own to your cards.

Any problems then please get back to me and keep sending the...

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Coming this week

13th Sep 2017

Remember each Friday there is a new Christmas motif for you to download. This week it is the gorgeous poinsettia. I will also be adding a simple alphabet and numbers chart so that you can personalise both the sampler and your cards / ornaments........look forward to catching up with you all on Friday xxxx


Comment from Claudy

Un grand Merci , ces grilles sont superbes .


SO pleased to hear that you are liking them Claudy. 


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Christmas sampler MISTLETOE

8th Sep 2017

Here we have the second motif for our Christmas sampler. Hope you are all doing well with it and enjoying the stitching.

If you are a new stitcher to our Christmas SAL then please check on my BLOG on the 22nd August for all of the details for the fabric and threads.

Hopefully next time I will be able to add more than one pdf file but in the meantime please check the other post for the chart for the whole design...

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Christmas kittens

6th Sep 2017

These cute kittens are up to no good among the Christmas decorations - but are great fun to stitch in time for December. Find them all in the latest edition of GOLD Cross Stitch magazine, issue 141, along with plenty of other seasonal designs.

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Christmas sampler

1st Sep 2017

Today is the start of our Christmas sampler. On each friday, I will be posting one of the designs for you to stitch, so over the next 12 weeks you will be able to complete the whole sampler or stitch them as individual cards or ornaments.

One of the charts today is for the template for the whole design which you will need if you are going to stitch these as a sampler and the other shows the first of the...

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FREE September Ted

31st Aug 2017

Well, here she is, the harvest ted. All 9 shown here, but click the link for the details.

I do hope you will enjoy stitching her as she  carries her basket full of goodies and a happy sunflower! If you haven't joined us yet I hope the view of all 9 teds so far will encourage you to make a start. Find all of them up to now throughout my Blog pages from January this year- or why not join us...

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Ocean beauty

29th Aug 2017

Embellished with sparkly beads and metallic threads, this shimmery seahorse is a real show - stopper. There is something almost magical about seahorses, and I have tried to capture something of their charm in this design. Find it in the latest edition of World of Cross Stitching, issue 259.

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Poppies in bloom

29th Aug 2017

Brighten up your home with these eye - catching red poppies. Find them in the latest edition of CRAZY Cross Stitch, issue 234. The single poppy would be great to wear as a brooch throughout the month of November.

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FREE Christmas sampler

22nd Aug 2017

In just 12 weeks stitch yourself this lovely Christmas sampler or, if preferred, all of the motifs will make lovely Christmas cards. Here is the list of threads that you will need and the quantities. I will be adding a new motif each week throughout the next 3 months, in good time to have it finished for Christmas. 

On Friday, 1st September, the first design of leaves and red berries will be added to my website showing the border and this...

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Autumn Halloween

13th Aug 2017

Find my lovely Autumn halloween woodland picture in the latest edition of JUST Cross Stitch magazine. It was a great design to work on, especially all of the animals.

 Please go to the Just CrossStitch website to order the issue or to purchase a digital subscription

Print subscriptions can be ordered in Britain here: http://bit.ly/2wOEZNr

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