As normal within a Bargello style or counted needlework design the symmetry is extremely important. I view and review my charts with the final step being that I stitch the full pattern from each of my charts to ensure positional spacing of each object and that my chart for my design is correct. Bargello needlework designs may look complex but they are actually very easily to stitch when you follow my guidance booklet’s numerous pages of zoomed-in charts and photos. My booklets, divided into sections that discuss the main pattern parts of each design, present photos and graphed charts in color and close-up so you can see the details.

The final section of each booklet presents large size photos and charts which within the e-book format will expand such that you can view details down to individual stitches.

Your click of the "Available Designs" button within the top navigational bar will take you to the listing of my guidance booklets.

I also offer free patterns which present what I call my "lite" designs as they mostly only contain a full chart and photo of the sample worked project. The exception is the free pattern called Fall Mums and Acorn doily. Though it is a nice easy pattern to stitch from the chart I have created a guidance page for that design to give you an idea of my style of discussing the design as presented in my guidance booklets. To access this little sample booklet click the "Free Patterns" button within the top navigation bar and select Fall Mums and Acorn doily.