Design of the Month – May 2018


old blues, tan, sand


My Celtic Knot pattern was inspired while perusing pages from the Book of Kells. Many of those beautifully hand drawn and hand colored pages contain interlocking or scrolling vertical bands at their edges or around text. Translated to needle and wool, my design is a combination of interwoven vertical bands for a small pillow (15″ wide by 11″ high) , suitable for all levels of stitching experience, and available in 7 color choices.
Perhaps you are considering teaching someone to stitch cross-pointâ„¢? Now is the time to take advantage during this special offer. The regular retail price is $59.00 but available this month only for just $47.20, plus shipping.

Companion pillow kits example:

teals, bronze, soft greens


Introducing a new color addition to this popular pattern in teal, bronze and soft greens, also allows for the inclusion of a whole range of companion pillow kits in teal, sea greens, bronze and tobacco. An example of the many options available this month:teals, sea greens, bronze in companion pillows
All of these are available from the website Pattern pages. Celtic Knot is available in 6 other color choices with companion pillow kits listed on the CELTIC KNOT pattern page. Companion kit orders apply to the particular Celtic Knot number ordered.

As you know from previous offers, when you order online from the webpage, PayPal will bill the regular retail price and we issue the 20% discount back to your credit card via PayPal when we process the order at our studio. So far, in over 10 years of doing it this way, we have had zero problems or complaints.

Happy stitching!



About Sieglinde

Designer and owner of, my cross-stitch kit business. By profession I am a Landscape Architect near Asheville, NC. I currently have two wordpress blogs, one for and another I named Garden Threads (
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