Free Christmas Project

Hello everyone

How are you all?  I had a wonderful trip on the train and hope to share some of it with you in the next post – I was lucky enough to see some rare old needle painting embroideries at the museums we visited,  and then I will tell you a bit about the new book which is now on its way to Australia for publishing YAY !

I know we say this every year but I CANT BELIEVE WHERE THE YEAR HAS GONE!!  Christmas is just around the corner and I know you are probably thinking of stitching your prezzies early so decided to give you your Christmas present now so that you can get going.

Porcelain Pansy
Porcelain Pansy











This little Porcelain Pansy project comes with my compliments and best wishes.  It is suitable for all levels including beginners presuming that you have the instructions for long & short stitch from either the DVD or my books.  It is a small design so would look good on a needle case, book cover, pincushion, pin keep, spectacle case, bookmark or a very special Christmas card.  I love the mauvey and buttery yellow shades but if you are feeling adventurous you may want to change them for deep reds/burgundy  (Christmas shades).   You can download it here:  Porcelain pansy instructions

If you have any problems with the download feel free to email me.

Meanwhile wherever you are be it winter, spring, summer or autumn have a wonderful week and many happy stitching hours.  Trish.

43 thoughts on “Free Christmas Project”

  1. That is a lovely piece, Trish, thanks for sharing so generously.=)

    I should soon be able to admire more of your work for a while as my local city library, who are seriously low on funds, rarely get new stuff in nowadays and are even considering closing almost half the branches, have approved my request to buy your ‘Colour Confidence’ book! I can’t tell you how pleased I am and I wanted to tell you.=)

  2. Gracias,es un proyecto maravilloso,no se si a mi me quede igual pero es digno de ejecutar e imitar.

  3. Thank you so much Trish – your work is so inspiring. I am about to give your details to our local library and hoping that they will get your books in. The Little Bee Eater is just waiting for me to try my hand at.

  4. What a very nice surprise! I purchased your Redoute’s Finest Flowers book and found your instructions to be very easy to follow. Merry Christmas to you too.

  5. Thankyou for such a lovely design. I have not done this type of embroidery before. I am looking forward to having a go.
    I do admire your beautiful work. Mavis

  6. Thank you so much. You are a very generous person. Je vais de ce pas a mes aiguilles. Vous faites de magnifiques projets, c est un plaisir pour les yeux.

  7. Thank you, Trish, for such a pretty little design in my favourite colours. It will make a nice change from the large cross-stitch project I’m currently working on. It’s very kind of you to share it.

  8. it’s awesom!!! Trish i have done two projects from your book for beginners which gave me so much confidence that i tried one project of orange poppy and ribbon from your another book insspirational floral designs. i wanted to show you and would like to have your views. How should i go about it.

  9. Thank you so much Trish – what a lovely christmas present. I will do my level best to do it justice. I just love your little gifts to us, they inspire me to keep going. Can’t wait for the book


  10. Thank you Trish!! 🙂 Jackie

    Jacqueline C. Satterlee

    Elmira, N.Y. USA Elmira Regional Art Society: blog

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