Log cabin - Spring
COUNTED CROSS STITCH CHART BY GRACEWOOD STITCHES
Kathy Bungard designer of Gracewood Stitches describes the pattern in her own words:
Log Cabin~Spring is the third pattern in my log cabin quilt, four seasons series.
Here in the mountain forests spring comes in soft shades of greens and yellows. A time of renewal
after long winter days, new sprouts emerge from the soil and primrose paths begin to bloom.
About the Log cabin series:
Band samplers are iconic in cross stitch history and still popular subjects for today’s patterns and I admit I certainly love them as much as the next stitcher, but I’ve wondered what would the effect be if the standard band took a new shape?
I began playing with this design and ‘bent’ the bands to make what is essentially a log cabin quilt pattern. I’ve wanted to design a series of seasonal patterns that could be done individually or grouped together.
Creative Poppy says:
We love the original "log cabin" layout of these borders as well as the contrast between the warm gold and soft green color scheme. This piece has a definite Art Deco feel and we love the white flowers on the green background as well as the much freer treatment of the flower and dragonfly border.
Check out the other season's patterns in the series (see below).
A cross stitch pattern by Gracewood Stitches.
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Number of stitches: 194 x 194 (wide x high)
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Stitches: Cross stitch (no fractional stitches)
Chart: Black and White
Threads: DMC Embroidery floss
Number of colors: 5
Themes: Log cabin, patchwork motif, spring, primeroses, dragon fly, butterfly, Art Deco
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