Showing posts with label What Delilah Did. Show all posts
Showing posts with label What Delilah Did. Show all posts

August 18, 2013

Patterns: Mini Folk Letters

What Delilah Folk Letter

What Delilah Folk Letter stitched by Laura Mason

I've admired What Delilah Did's work forever (have you seen her new book? it's brilliant!), I particularly like her large letters, which look like they'd take ages to stitch. So good news for the short on time / less experienced cross stitcher, Sophie from What Delilah Did has now released a series of smaller letters, yay! I think these would make great quick(ish) personalised gifts, for you know, that holiday season beginning with C that's getting just that little bit closer ......

December 30, 2012

Some favourites of 2012


L to R, top to bottom

  1. Kindersquad by SeptemberHouse
  2. The Crown by What Delilah Did
  3. Tattooed Ladies by Sew Lovely
  4. Do Small Things with Great Love by Nana Company
  5. Elsa Mora
2012 has been a fantastic year for embroidery, I can't wait to see what 2013 brings! Happy New Year everyone!


February 19, 2012

Patterns: Monarch Love

Rosie & Bear: Queen for Sixty Years

This month marks the beginning of the Queen Elizabeth II's Diamond Jubilee celebrations. Helen from Bustle & Sew is creating a special commemorative quilt, creating this central block plus blocks showing all the countries of the Commonwealth plus a special friendship block to commemorate the friendship between Great Britain and the US during the Queen's reign. You can find out how to get hold of the pattern for the above block plus how to get hold of the rest of the block patterns here.

The Crown
The Crown by What Delilah Did

If cross stitch is more your thing, how about this gorgeous crown from What Delilah did? As Delilah writes on her blog, she stitched this having watched a lot of The Tudors but she dedicates the design to the Queen considering that it's her Diamond Jubilee year. You can find the pattern here.


August 12, 2011

Cross Cross Cross Dot Dot Dot



These dotted butterflies are part of the Power Animal series designed by Amy (aka GirlFlamant). I absolutely love each and every pattern of that series! All animal silhouettes have their own pattern and include a fleur-de-lis owl and an houndstooth patterned Jackalope.  I'm about to start stitching a tartan Loch Ness monster! Find all Power animals (and other patterns as well) in her Etsy shop.




If you have not tried Counted Cross Stitch before (I'm very much a newbie myself) do check out the wonderful (and free!) downloadable Cross Stitch guides by Sophie of What Delilah Did. And don't forget to have a look in her shop with many gorgeous kits and patterns as well!


January 12, 2011

What Delilah Did - FS reader discount!

The Guardian

Sophie has just designed a line of cross-stitch patterns for her shop, What Delilah Did. She was also sweet enough to set up a special discount code for readers of Feeling Stitchy - 10% off any order from her shop! So if you've been itching to purchase any of her lovely creations, maybe you should pop on over and have a look. Thanks Sophie!

Visit Her Store

How to get the discount:
To get the discount, just quote "FEELINGSTITCHY" (all in caps with no spaces) in the discount code box when you check out. This discount code will be valid for the next 7 days. Shop listings are in British Pounds, but people can shop from anywhere in the world (just like Etsy for example) - Paypal will just convert the currency when the payment goes through.

May 16, 2010

Patterns: The Bee

Queen Bee

What Delilah Did has recently opened her own pattern shop and I love her bee design. This looks quite complex but I can imagine the feeling of satisfaction once this is stitched up. It looks amazing in gold and as lovely as this photo is, I bet it doesn't do the gold thread justice.

For further insect love check out this vintage pattern in Flickr's Hoop Love Vintage Transfer pool.