This week’s card is called Merry Christmas and was made by Nette. This attractive card was made using the PinBroidery Partridge in a pear tree Rt Pattern.
It is stitched on cream card then mounted on gold card and white card to create borders.
This week’s card is called Black and White chinese lantern and was made by Must love cats. This amazing card was made using the Stitching Cards Lantern pattern.
Must love cats said “Recently I was very inspired by all the black and white cards in the Form-A-Lines gallery/archives. Most of them were stamped cards but I decided to see which of the stitched patterns could be adapted to fit this theme and this one worked perfectly. I am very happy with the result.”
This week’s card is called Happy Birthday and was made by Jasu. This jolly card was made using the Stitching Cards Fairy pattern.
A Sefer Torah pattern has been added to the Stitching Cards collection.
The Sefer Torah scroll contains the five books of Moses hand written on parchment. It is the holiest of all books of Jewish Tanach. It would make a beautiful card for Bar Mitzvah.
This week’s card is called Christmas clown and was made by IvyC. This amusing card was made using the Stitching Cards Bead Clown pattern.
IvyC said: “Here is the bead clown done with just stitching. I added some other bits such as a felt hat and shoes.”
This week’s card is called Poinsettia and was made by Sparkle. This beautiful card was made using the PinBroidery Poinsettia Pattern.
Sparkle said; “I have used a sparkly thread for this.”
This week’s card is called Stitched Santa and was made by GillM. This attractive card was made using the Form-A-Lines Santa C14-1 Pattern.
GillM said; “I stitched this Santa from Form-A-Lines in coloured thread on a pearlescent card and also backstitched all the outlines. I then coloured him in using my promarkers.”
Cards featured here must have been posted in either the Stitching Cards forum gallery or the Forum-A-Lines forum gallery. The card should be based on a Stitching Cards pattern or a Form-A-Lines pattern. This picture was posted in the Stitching Cards forum gallery…