MY FIRST CROSS STITCH PATTERN FOR MY SISTERS

November 26, 2015

It goes without saying that I've always loved crafts of any sort and in particular, cross stitch. One Christmas, a long long time ago, I decided to stitch my sisters a different poem each and have it framed (please ignore the paper mount!) Here's the one I stitched for my sister Rosie which currently takes pride of place in her downstairs toilet!

* I don't think I quite grasped the concept of trimming off loose ends back then!



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