Faby Reilly Cross stitch Designs
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Jewel like ornaments in Blue, Silver and Gold
Beautifully detailed, with soft curves enhancing every tiny stitch, these new ornaments by Faby Reilly sparkle in a contrast of icy blues and silver highlights. They are part of the exquisite Frosty collection.
Skilfully intertwined in the shape of a heart, these roses will stay forever fresh. Stitch them for a special event, a friend or daughter/grand daughter's wedding. Or save them for yourself, they will give an elegant and classic touch to your home. A cross stitch pattern designed by Faby Reilly.
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First blossom of the year
Piercing through the snow, this amazing little flower always fills us with joy. Thanks to designer Faby Reilly, you can now stitch these little treasures in a series of exquisite needlework accessories including a scissor case, a needlebook and a cute biscornu that can double as a pin cushion.
A new Needlebook by Faby Reilly
Now available in the pink lotus series of needlework accessories: a needlebook. You can now stitch the complete matching series including a scissor case, scissor fob, pin-cushion and needlebook.
More Needlebooks by Faby Reilly
All these needlebooks have matching scissor cases, scissor fobs and biscornu shaped pin-cushions.
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Elegant and handy, a Room tidy to cross stitch
Never lose those earrings again. This decorative Room tidy by Faby Reilly Designs is perfect for your bedroom or bathroom. It will look very elegant on a chest of drawers or on a shelf and all those tiny bracelets and earrings will be safe!
How about trying your hand at some specialty stitches?
Designer Faby Reilly takes you step by step through a series of wonderful needlework embellishment stitches in this delicate Winter blooms project. Once you have stitched the background cross stitch motifs, you will get to embellish your stitching with a variety of specialty stitches, sometimes combined with sequins. Extra clear charts are a real bonus for this project that comes with additional close-ups charts and detailed tutorial.
A rare black tulip
Here is a tribute to the rare black tulip that embodies absolute elegance. Designed by Faby Reilly the cross stitch pattern combines shades of very deep reds and near-black colors. Beads, sequins and gold thread reinforce the precious feel of this beautiful needlework design. This piece will be perfect to give a tone of classic elegance to your home, especially during the festive season.
>> see more biscornu patterns by Faby Reilly Designs
Amazingly refined glasses case
With her minute sense of detail, Faby Reilly brings us a wonderful project that will be worth every stitch you put into it.
The exquisite Wild rose cross stitch pattern, complete with beaded details, comes with a companion tutorial that takes you through every step of stiffening, lining, and assembling both sides.
As the rose petals and motif are fully stitched with white to pink shades, you can select your very own background color for this project. Natural linen comes to mind but blue, grey or green shades of evenweave or linen would also look fantastic.
A new free tutorial: the glasses case
Thanks to Faby Reilly, we now have a new free tutorial on our stitcher resources page (with now more than 20 free tutorials). The Wild rose Glasses case is the first pattern adapted for a glasses case but there will be more to come soon!
|Class Case Tutorial by Faby Reilly|
>> see all free tutorials available on Creative Poppy's website
Stitch your very own nativity scene
How better to get into the true Christmas spirit than to stitch your very own nativity scene. Faby Reilly's depiction of holy Mary, Joseph and baby Jesus is incredibly peaceful and tender, the perfect medium for a message of Hope, Joy and Peace.
The motif comes in two versions, one an ornament than can be hung or placed on a mantelpiece, and the full version that is designed to be framed.
Unique Stitched jewelry
With Faby Reilly's minute sense of stitching, it's obvious her patterns would adapt perfectly on jewelry projects. Here's her first stitched jewelry piece, combining a bracelet and a matching pendant.
This pattern combines cross stitch as a background and specialty stitches that create a raised embroidery effect. The result is stunning.
As usual, the designer takes you by the hand for a perfect professional-like finish.
>> see more more patterns for jewelry and fashion accessory projects (all designers)
Stormy seas ahead
Here's a unique format for your home decor projects. This nautical theme is designed as a band that reads like a continuous story, from the lighthouse on the left, to the tiny boat fighting the rough seas. The pattern can be cut, or prolonged to fit virtually any project for bathrooms or children's rooms.
A new design by Faby Reilly, in a beautiful palette of floss colors.
Tips for stitching on bath towels
Bath towels make beautiful stitching projects and you can even coordinate them with toilet bags and pouches.
Here are some tips for stitching on terry towel.
Basically there are two options:
- Ready to Stitch terry towels, with a woven Aida area designed for stitching (available from DMC depending on your country, from Rico and several other brands. Charles Crafts only offers small sizes though). On the plus-side, it's easy and straightforward. You only need to make sure your pattern (in stitches) fits in the band's height and width. The only drawback is that the reverse of your stitching will show, so you need to be extra careful to do a clean job with your stitching.
- Stitching on an Aida band and sewing in on regular towels. This allows much more flexibility in your choice of quality, size and color and might be a cheaper option too. The back of your stitching won't show, so that's really nice. The stitched band is sewn onto the terry towel so you'll need a sewing machine and you should check the thickness so make sure it can be handled by the sewing machine.
Regarding thread colors, make sure you stitch with colorfast colors, such as DMC floss, which can we washed at high temperature. Avoid using bleach however when you launder the towels.
Finally, make sure that the start and end of your threads are extra secure, slipping the ends under a few more stitches than usual so stitches don't come undone after washing.
A Wild Rose Wreath, new from Faby Reilly Designs
This Wild rose comes in the most delicate colors, it's amazing to see the petals come to life as you stitch, them, especially as you add the final touch of gold seed beads in the heart of the flower. The round cushion shape is just perfect for enhancing the motif but you could equally frame the stitched piece if you prefer.
You can now stitch a complete set of stitchers' needlework accessories, with the biscornu serving as a pincushion. They will make a very cute gift for a friend too!
>> see more biscornu flower patterns by Faby Reilly Designs
Customize your own iPhone case, in cross stitch
Turn your phone into something unmistakably "you" with this cute cross stitch design by Faby Reilly.
iPhone cases are now readily available, so why wait? Once you've stitched your own, you'll surely be asked to stitch some more for your friends!
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Portrait of a magnolia, by Faby Reilly
Faby Reilly captures the stunning blossom of the magnolia tree, branches bursting with spring sap, furry caps splitting open to reveal majestic petals. The branches are arranged in an elegant wreath, on a biscornu cushion which further emphasizes the curves of the petals.
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Fields and hedges wildflowers, with Faby Reilly
Take a walk across the fields and take in the beauty of one of the most humble flowers, the wild rose. Designer Faby Reilly is a true artist, placing a stitch at a time and making the flower come to life on the canvas. The wild rose comes in two formats, a needlebook and a scissor case, complete with scissor fob, so you can create a whole collection of stitcher's accessories.
The lily, latest flower design in Faby Reilly's collection
Here comes a splendid lily, joining a gallery of flowers, some humble, some majestic, all coming to life in stitches under Faby Reilly's magic touch.
With its outer curves and central hollow, the biscornu is an ideal shape for these flower themed cross stitch patterns.
New Buddy Bugs by Faby Reilly
We love the Buddy Bugs designed by Faby Reilly. They are fun projects combining cross stitch and craft. Every single item (from hat to broom) is handmade with wonderfully detailed instructions.
The family now comprises: Flake, a button-eyed snowman...
.... Angelica Buddy Bug, a cute little angel...
and the most mischievous of them all!
New Beribboned Christmas ornaments by Faby Reilly
Here come 4 new ornaments in Faby Reilly's latest series of Christmas ornaments, each focusing on seasonal flowers and berries. They come in a humbug shape that is really cute. All are exquisitely designed and elegant. They match the Christmas stars and wreath so you can now stitch a complete collection.
>> see all Christmas ornament patterns by Faby Reilly
The wind was a nor'wester, blowing squally off the sea
As in Stevenson's poem, the little ship is battling strong winds and hurling waves. This is a little gem of a needlework project, and it's perfect on a biscornu shape that gives extra dimension to the waves. A new cross stitch design by Faby Reilly.
Start stitching your Xmas ornaments with Faby Reilly
Don't rush your Christmas stitching. Here's an angel inviting you ... to start stitching now! This is the latest and 6th ornament in Faby Reilly's wonderful series of pendants, a 3-sided diamond shape that shows a different design on each side.
>> More patterns in the "pendant" ornament series by Faby Reilly
A splendid art-deco style biscornu, new from Faby Reilly Designs
This new pattern captures the essence of the iris with a little Art-deco twist. The design is similar to Faby Reilly's hugely popular Poppy biscornu. The are now 14 flower patterns available in the designer's popular biscornu pattern series.
>> see all biscornu patterns by Faby Reilly
Butterflies all a flutter, with Faby Reilly
If you've been having fun stitching Faby Reilly's exquisite smaller patterns, you can have double the fun stitching one of her first large pieces! As usual, the project is crammed with interesting specialty stitches that make every section a new discovery.
A new flower is blooming in Faby Reilly's biscornu series
It's time to stitch a new flower in Faby Reilly's stunning collection of floral biscornus. Check out the whole series, you're sure to find your favorite one there!
A bookmark with a beautiful blend of stitches
Designer Faby Reilly is an expert at combining stitches with stunning effect. This small piece (a bookmark and companion fob) delicately combines specialty stitches and cross stitch. A fun project if you need a break from some larger ones. Makes a great gift too!
Faby Reilly Greeting Card and matching sachets
Combine card making techniques and cross stitch to create this exquisite greeting card that is perfect for many an occasion. For a small gift, your can pair it with one of the little matching sachets in the same apple blossom series designed by Faby Reilly.
Mother's Day cards to cross stitch, with Faby Reilly
Pick your Mum's favorite flower and stitch it with love!
more patterns by Faby Reilly Designs
Faby Reilly designs are much more than cross stitch. They are fabulously detailed projects that include fantasy stitches and beads, with exquisite finishes. Every season her garden grows with more flowers and shapes. Check them out now!
Faby Reilly Designs cross stitch patterns. Available as instant downloadable patterns, on Creative Poppy's website.
All Faby Reilly Designs designs published by Creative Poppy come with easy-to-read Color charts as well as tutorials with detailed instructions.
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