Jazz comes alives in cross stitch thanks to this amazing design by Perrette Samouiloff featuring five musicians and their instruments, in exquisite detail. We love the way the musicians postures have been captured, as well as the vintage 1920's feel.
Brought to you by Riverdrift House, here is an elegant cross stitch sampler that will delight any music lover. As your eyes wander from word to word, no doubt you will start to hear the sweet sound of music.
Counted cross stitch pattern by Barbara Ana designs
Alessandra Adelaide: all that jazz!
Musical inspiration for the Italian cross stitch designer, with an interesting collage effect and different motifs running through the treble clef. The pattern is also a tribute to early 20th century modern art.
You can tell Tam knows a lot about music when you explore the wonderful detail of this Blackwork pattern dedicated to a special musician in her life. The music score is amazing, so are the keys and details of the various musical instruments featured in the pattern. A Blackwork pattern designed by Tam's Creations.
In fashion and home decor, the sixties and the seventies are making their comeback. Everyday objects that revolutionized their era have become icons of style, like the humble cassette. With its bold colors and innovative lines, it was time to celebrate it in cross stitch. A unique cross stitch chart by Tiny Modernist.
Designer Samantha Purdy has this special talent of capturing in cross stitch, in the most simple ways, the essential joys of life, such as gathering with friends on a dark winter night and singing carols in front of a Christmas tree.
Counted cross stitch pattern by Samantha Purdy Needlecraft
More Christmas Singing
Children singing merrily a little boy plays the violin. A delightful cross stitch pattern by Perrette Samouiloff that will look great as the background of a Christmas wreath, or simply framed in an embroidery hoop.