Counted Cross Stitch Patterns - クロスステッチパターン

Edith Grace Designs - Counted Cross Stitch Patterns

These cross stitch patterns can be bought from - Etsy & Makerist

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1.  Colquhoun Tartan Cross Stitch Pattern
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YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Aida - White
5 Colours - DMC or Anchor Thread

INSTRUCTIONS:
Full Cross Stitch Used
105sts x 105sts
19.05cm x 19.05cm / 7.50in x 7.50in










2. Colquhoun Tartan Cross Stitch Pattern


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YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Aida - White
5 Colours - DMC or Anchor
8 inch Embroidery Hoop

INSTRUCTIONS:
Full Cross Stitch Used Only
105sts x 105sts
19.05cm x 19.05cm / 7.50in x 7.50in









3. Forbes Tartan Cross Stitch Pattern


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YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Aida - White
4 Colours - DMC or Anchor

INSTRUCTIONS:
Full Cross Stitch Used Only
105sts x 105sts
19.05cm x 19.05cm / 7.50in x 7.50in











4. Lumsden Tartan Cross Stitch Pattern

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YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Aida - White
5 Colours - DMC or Anchor
8 inch Embroidery Hoop

INSTRUCTIONS:
Full Cross Stitch Used Only
105sts x 105sts
19.05cm x 19.05cm / 7.50in x 7.50in










5. Lumsden Tartan Cross Stitch Pattern

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YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Aida - White
5 Colours - DMC or Anchor
8 inch Embroidery Hoop

INSTRUCTIONS:
Full Cross Stitch Used Only
105sts x 105sts

19.05cm x 19.05cm / 7.50in x 7.50in






Edith Grace Designs

Finished December 2019
Joanna Marshall - Edith Grace Designs

Counted Cross Stitch Patterns - Point de Croix Moderne

Edith Grace Designs - Counted Cross Stitch Patterns

These cross stitch patterns can be bought from - Etsy & Makerist

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1.  Sutherland Tartan Cross Stitch Pattern
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YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Aida
5 Colours - DMC or Anchor Thread
8 inch Embroidery Hoop

INSTRUCTIONS:
Full Cross Stitch Used Only
105sts x 105sts
19.05cm x 19.05cm / 7.50in x 7.50in








2. Fergusson Tartan Cross Stitch Pattern


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YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Aida - White
5 Colours - DMC or Anchor Thread

INSTRUCTIONS:
Full Cross Stitch Used
105sts x 105sts
19.05cm x 19.05cm / 7.50in x 7.50in










3. Fergusson Tartan Cross Stitch Pattern

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YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Aida
5 Colours - DMC or Anchor Thread
8 inch Embroidery Hoop

INSTRUCTIONS:
Full Cross Stitch Used Only
105sts x 105sts
19.05cm x 19.05cm / 7.50in x 7.50in









4. Griffiths Tartan Cross Stitch Pattern


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YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Aida - White
5 Colours - DMC or Anchor Thread

INSTRUCTIONS:
Full Cross Stitch Used
105sts x 105sts
19.05cm x 19.05cm / 7.50in x 7.50in










5. Griffiths Tartan Cross Stitch Pattern


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YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Aida
5 Colours - DMC or Anchor Thread
8 inch Embroidery Hoop

INSTRUCTIONS:
Full Cross Stitch Used Only
105sts x 105sts
19.05cm x 19.05cm / 7.50in x 7.50in

Edith Grace Designs

Finished December 2019
Joanna Marshall - Edith Grace Designs

Stitching Project - Blackwork Journal - June 2019



I wanted to learn a couple of new skills this year, 2019. I decided on improving my knitting skills, exploring texture & colour, I also wanted to learn 'Blackwork', something I have wanted to do for many years.

Blackwork Project - June 2019

Progressive Pattern

The pattern shows the density of the stitch & colour

I was given a large box full of silk threads. I am unsure of the age, some people think c1940's, others think possibly earlier. I couldn't decide what to do with them, should I keep them preserved as they are, or use them as they were intended?  I think they should be used, with the cardboard roll included in the project book. This will show the history of the thread.










This month, I wanted to work on progressive patterns, building the density of the stitch & thread.







This pattern was taken from a sampler by Mary Kay Sampson.




Rayon Twist - Shade 2046










I used 'Deputy - Rayon Twist - Shade 2046'.

The vintage threads are wound up pieces of cardboard, I am amazed they have lasted so well. I intend on using them for further projects, so they are kept for prosperity.


Stitching Project - June 2016

Blackwork 

Edith Grace Designs



Finished June 2019
Joanna Marshall - Edith Grace Designs

Stitching Project - Knitting Journal - Coughton Court - June 2019


This year, 2019, I have decided to explore texture & colours in my knitting. I want to record this through a journal & be inspired by my home in the English countryside or places I have visited.



Knitting Journal - Coughton Court - June 2019

Stained Glass Window at Coughton Court
I currently design doll knitting patterns, but I know there is more to knitting than just 'stocking stitch' & trying to make the perfect looking doll, which doesn't look as if it is hand knitted. I have designed dolls, weaving colours to make pretty patterns, when actually if I had looked at different textures through knitting, I could create something more pleasing.






My June 2019 project is based around a day trip to the Coughton Court, Alcester, Warwickshire, UK. Inside the house, there were some beautiful stained glass windows, the colours are very vibrant, so I decided this will be my inspiration for my project this month.






Kaleidoscope of the basket of fruit & leaves

Colours were based on the bowl of fruit

Colours used are: Brown, Yellow & White




I used the basket of fruit & leaves from the stained glass to make a kaleidoscope pattern, to depict the main colours needed for the project. I was delighted with the finished photo, very detailed & really brings life to something historic.













In this piece of knitting, I wanted to incorporate the three dominant colours of the kaleidoscope photograph. I decided to use the 'Stocking Stitch Triangle Stitch'. I think the combination of garter stitch & stocking stitch give texture for fruit & leaves in the bowl.











The colours I used were:
Brown
Yellow
White







Stocking Stitch Triangles







This year, I want to explore different textures, so used a 'Stocking Stitch Triangles Stitch' in this project.
The stitches used in this stitch is:
- Knit
- Purl






Coughton Court







Coughton Court is a Tudor Country House in Warwickshire, owned by The National Trust. It is a Grade I listed building. The Throckmorton family owned it from 1409, the surname can be seen in the stained glass window.

Edith Grace Designs on LoveCrafts

Finished June 2019
Joanna Marshall - Edith Grace Designs

Needlepoint Patterns - Nadelspitzenmuster

Edith Grace Designs - Needlepoint Patterns

These needlepoint patterns can be bought from - Etsy & Makerist

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1. Douglas Tartan Needlepoint Pattern

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YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Tapestry Canvas - White
4 Colours - Anchor Tapestry

INSTRUCTIONS:
105sts x 105sts
19.05cm x 19.05cm / 7.50in x 7.50in









2. Sutherland Tartan Needlepoint Pattern


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YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Tapestry Canvas - White
5 Colours - Anchor Tapestry

INSTRUCTIONS:
105sts x 105sts
19.05cm x 19.05cm / 7.50in x 7.50in










3. Fergusson Tartan Needlepoint Pattern


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YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Tapestry Canvas - White
5 Colours - Anchor Tapestry

INSTRUCTIONS:
105sts x 105sts
19.05cm x 19.05cm / 7.50in x 7.50in








4. Griffiths Welsh Tartan Needlepoint Pattern


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YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Tapestry Canvas - White
5 Colours - Anchor Tapestry

INSTRUCTIONS:
105sts x 105sts
19.05cm x 19.05cm / 7.50in x 7.50in











5. Colquhoun Tartan Needlepoint Pattern
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YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Tapestry Canvas - White
5 Colours - Anchor Tapestry

INSTRUCTIONS:
105sts x 105sts
19.05cm x 19.05cm / 7.50in x 7.50in

Edith Grace Designs

November 2019
Joanna Marshall - Edith Grace Designs

Counted Cross Stitch Patterns - схемы вышивки крестом

Edith Grace Designs - Counted Cross Stitch Patterns

These cross stitch patterns can be bought from - Etsy & Makerist

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1.  Chattan Tartan Square Cross Stitch Pattern


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YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Aida - White
6 Colours - DMC or Anchor
8 inch Embroidery Hoop

INSTRUCTIONS:
Full Cross Stitch Used Only
105sts x 105sts
19.05cm x 19.05cm / 7.50in x 7.50in


2. Chattan Tartan Cross Stitch Pattern


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YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Aida - White
6 Colours - DMC or Anchor Thread
8 inch Embroidery Hoop

INSTRUCTIONS:
Full Cross Stitch Used Only
105sts X 105sts
19.055cm X 19.05cm / 7.50in X 7.50in







3.  Douglas Tartan Square Cross Stitch Pattern


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YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Aida - White
4 Colours - DMC or Anchor Thread

INSTRUCTIONS:
Full Cross Stitch Used
105sts x 105sts
19.05cm x 19.05cm / 7.50in x 7.50in









4.  Sutherland Tartan Cross Stitch Pattern


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YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Aida - White
5 Colours - DMC or Anchor Thread

INSTRUCTIONS:
Full Cross Stitch Used
105sts x 105sts
19.05cm x 19.05cm / 7.50in x 7.50in










5.  Douglas Tartan Cross Stitch Pattern
See more on Etsy







YOU WILL NEED:
14 Count Aida
4 Colours - DMC or Anchor Thread
8 inch Embroidery Hoop

INSTRUCTIONS:
Full Cross Stitch Used Only
105sts x 105sts
19.05cm x 19.05cm / 7.50in x 7.50in






Edith Grace Designs



November 2019
Joanna Marshall - Edith Grace Designs

Stitching Project - Blackwork Journal - May 2019


I wanted to learn a couple of new skills this year, 2019. I decided on improving my knitting skills, exploring texture & colour, I also wanted to learn 'Blackwork', something I have wanted to do for many years.

Blackwork journal - May 2019





I was given a large box full of silk threads. I am unsure of the age, some people think c1940's, others think possibly earlier. I couldn't decide what to do with them, should I keep them preserved as they are, or use them as they were intended?  I think they should be used, with the cardboard roll included in the project book. This will show the history of the thread.




Sandringham, Country Park, Norfolk

Alderman Pure Silk Thread

Leaves & Branches


Blackwork Journal 2019




In May 2019, my husband & I stayed in our caravan, with our little dog, at the Sandringham Estate, Norfolk. We were surrounded by the Country Park. My design is leaves & trees.














I used two colours for the blackwork. Green & brown. I used Alderman pure silk threads, using double thread.














The leaves design I found in a book, but I created the tree pattern.
















I really enjoyed stitching this design, what a lovely memory from a very enjoyable week away.












Edith Grace Designs


Finished May 2019
Joanna Marshall - Edith Grace Designs

Knitting Stitches - Speckled Rib Stitch


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Edith Grace Designs


Finished May 2019
Joanna Marshall - Edith Grace Designs