Autumn/Winter stitching projects

Autumn/Winter stitching projects

With the return of cooler weather and the changes in color in the landscape, I was reminded today that it’s time to make Apple Soup again. (the recipe is on this blog). Next month, November, we will once again offer our stitching friends a special discount on all cross-point™ kits during our ANNUAL SALE.

Cooler temperatures and shorter days inspire me to do more stitching and I am reminded of  previous pages I added to this blog on Autumn/Winter stitching projects under  Color Schemes on the menu bar. On those pages I wrote about bright fall colors, winter reds, spice colors, classic warm colors, and a uniquely autumnal pattern: GRAPE with Leaf Border.

GRAPE WITH LEAF BORDERcross-point Grape pattern color range

The grape harvest has special meaning in my family and you can read about it here if you are interested. Grapes in a bowl are the perfect decoration for the Thanksgiving table and look great in either matching or opposing colors to our grape pattern runner. The Table Top Runner (15″ wide x 41″ long – 38x104cm) is available in all pillow colors shown; on the website at the bottom of the page is a photo in the 01 colors on my dining table.
You can read more about Color Schemes for Autumn/Winter stitching projects on these pages under Color Schemes from the top menu bar.

Happy Stitching!
A    Sieglinde Signature

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