A female graduation student pattern has been added to the Stitching Cards collection. The design features a female student holding a diploma and jumping for joy. Female graduation student: www.stitchingcards.com/product.php/937/ The female graduation student design comes with a numbered diagram, a colour illustration, a pricking pattern and step-by-step instructions for the stitching. It is delivered… Read More »
The following announcement does not affect Stitching Cards customers in the UK and outside the European Union (EU). Consumers in France, Germany, Holland, Ireland and other Euro zone countries may not be able to purchase patterns as digital downloads from small British based websites such as Stitching Cards when new EU tax regulations come in… Read More »
Two Christmas patterns have been added to the Pinbroidery Stitching Cards collection. The Christmas legs design features the legs of Santa and two elves with the words ‘MERRY CHRISTMAS’. www.pinbroidery.net/product.php/156/ The Snow family design features a snow family with the words ‘MERRY CHRISTMAS’. www.pinbroidery.net/product.php/157/
Three Halloween patterns have been added to the Stitching Cards collection. They feature a pumpkin, a cat and bats with the words “Happy Halloween”. The patterns are available individually and in a set of three designs. The pattern size is 152 mm x 104 mm (6 x 4½ inches). Halloween trio patterns: stitchingcards.com/product.php/740/ Halloween individual… Read More »
Stitching Cards customer Ivy Crowhurst has sent us a picture showing how she has stitched our sheep pattern from the Farm Animals value pack.
Ivy said “I have added some more curls to the body to fill it up and also added goggle eyes with eye lashes”.
We have now updated the Farm animals sheep pattern to include a second pricking pattern with extra body curls. If you have purchased the original pattern you can download it again, from your Stitching Cards account, to get the updated version.
Lists of appropriate wedding anniversary gifts vary by country and the traditional list below is for the United Kingdom.