Saturday, November 7, 2020

Completed Cross Stitch: Fetching Folkart

Back in January of 2017, I completed this super cute and fun Folkart piece. It was a pretty quick stitch and great for a beginner because it has whole stitches and minimal backstitching. The birds are super cute and I love the needle addition!

Completed Fetching Folkart Cross Stitch

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It was published in the World of Cross Stitching Magazine in Issue number 246. It's is showing unavailable on Amazon, but you may be able to find it at a later time so I went ahead and included my affiliate link just in case.

It is designed by Lucie Heaton. I stitched this piece on 14 count Aida and it has a stitch count of 124 high x 96 wide with a design area of 8 3/4 x 6 3/4.

Folkart usually isn't the type of pieces that I'm drawn to, but I love the birds and had to have the pattern as soon as I saw it. It's still in my "to be officially completed" pile, but I'm hoping to get around to hanging it in my laundry room in the future.

Here are a couple of pictures that I had taken as I was stitching this piece...

Folkart Cross Stitch Beginnings

And here is a bit of the backstitching close up...

Fetching Folkart Up Close

Happy Stitching!!

Completed Cross Stitch - Fetching Folkart

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