Time for my best boy Sterling!
I wanted to make this pattern mainly for myself as he is my favourite eagle character (yes, I know you all love Apollo).
Sterling is still living happily on my 3DS New Leaf save and was there from day 1, hence why I fell in love with him. He has also been living on my New Horizons town since around May. He lives next door to my third fav (both after Apple <3) Cesar.
Here is a preview of the pattern:
He was probably one of my favourites to create because he is one of the only villagers who wears a hat by default – honestly, if you have him in your town give him a hat and he stacks them, it’s SO cute!
Let me know if you have any requests for villagers 🙂
I recently had a new villager come to my island, the adorable Stitches, so I though I would do a small tribute to the ickle thing by creating this adorable small Stitches pattern! Do you have Stitches on your island too? I have gone through another phase of redesigning my island again too…because I will never be 100% happy with it!
Here is the preview:
So who is planning on stitching this little cutie tootie? I might actually get to work on others during my break so please send your requests here! 🙂
If I don’t post again before then, happy holidays all!
I recently have been super busy working on my first ever cross stitch commission, with this I worked with the person who commissioned me to design and come up with the colour theme for the project.
The project was for a friend of hers who was having a bit of a hard time and this was to boost her spirits and show her that she is a strong Queen, with an obvious love of RuPaul’s Drag Race too…
Here is the finished project, which I absolutely loved working on.
What do you think of this and the colour theme we went for, also, what are you working on right now?
I hope you’re having a lovely week today I thought I would share another iconic RuPaul’s Drag Race quote for you. This one is simply ‘choices’ and is one of my favourite from the whole show!
You can download this pattern for free here!
This pattern is one of my most simple and this would be great for a beginner!
I’d love to see people’s take on this pattern – feel free to tag me on Instagram/Twitter or use the hashtag #ObvItsAmyStitches!