Snowman Decorating Holiday Tree

Snowman Decorating Holiday Tree

Snowman Decorating Holiday Tree is a 72- by 101-counted embroidery design. This 10-page full color booklet provides discussion of the chart accompanied by photos of the worked design.

Snowman Decorating Holiday Tree

Approximately 3 by 4.25-inches when worked on 24-count … Read more

Gentle Snowfall — Holiday card

Gentle Snowfall -- Winter Holiday card

The Gentle Snowfall design has a layered outline to represent an ornament and an inner pattern featuring snowflakes softly floating in the still air of a brisk winter’s day. The 10 plus page, full color booklet, provides discussion of the … Read more

Deer and Barn Beneath a Starry Sky — Holiday Card

Deer grazing near a barn

Winter Night

My Deer and Barn Holiday card shows a wintry evening: stars shining above a deer grazing within a treed area near a barn.  My counted needlework embroidery design is presented within a 10 plus page booklet.

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Holiday Cards — Homestead

Holiday Cards

Homestead house and barn

My House and Barn Holiday card shows a wintry evening: stars shining above a country home and barn.  This counted needlework embroidery design is presented within a 10 plus page booklet.

Design count is 48w by … Read more

Fall Mums and Acorn doily freebie

Fall Mums and Acorn doily

This expanded information page for my Fall Mums and Acorn doily design gives you an idea of my style of presenting comments, charts and photos in a guidance booklet.

As within my e-book guidance booklets, once you are viewing any … Read more

Who’s the designer:

Happy Zebra
Hi, I am Noelle Frances Ferry and I greatly enjoy counted and surface embroidery. The happy zebra is one of my first embroidery projects and has been on constant display. My mother taught cross stitch, crewel, and needlepoint to my… Read more

Bermuda Blue Aztec Card freebie

Bermuda Blue Aztec Card

Bermuda Blue Aztec Card

This 20-22 count aida fabric was such a bright white that I never seemed to find the right project in which to use it. Then I joined Mary Corbet’s SF (http://stitchinfingers.ning.com/) and many of the members … Read more