Sunday, November 30, 2008
I've given basic colors for the color key below the chart. You could use any shade of those colors that you have on hand or substitute other colors, to match the embroidery floss that you have. There are only four colors used on this design. This could be a good pattern for using up small amounts of colors that you have leftover from larger projects.
This is an original design, created by Sandi Marshall, copyright 2008 by Sandi Marshall. Per copyright law, do not put this chart or my photo of the design on another web site, blog page or elsewhere and do not distribute by reproduced copy, in any form. For more info on copyright law, see www.copyright.gov
Saturday, November 1, 2008
I created this design from my own imagination. I started with a heart in the center, then made flowers around the heart until I was satisfied with the way it looked. I hope you will enjoy it.
Below the chart, there is a color key, with colors for several embroidery floss brands. Because these colors are quite basic, you can easily substitute different shades of the colors to use what you have on hand. As an example, in my stitched sample, I substituted a shade of red for the very dark dusty rose. You can easily change the colors to suit yourself.
The following photo shows how the design looks with only two of the colors completed:
This is a copyrighted pattern, created by Sandi Marshall, October 2008. You can help me to be able to continue designing new patterns by honoring copyright law regarding my patterns. In other words, do not put (which is republishing) my chart or images on another web page, blog or elsewhere. Do not distribute any form of reproduced copies of this pattern, even for free. Instead, you may give others the URL for this page so that they may come to this site for themselves. I appreciate that very much.