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Subjects: "Southwest"

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Gallery Project
A Taste of the Southwest
Gallery Info
Gallery: Anita
Designer: Gloria Eriksen 
Subject: Southwest 
Posted: May 1, 2004
Stitched For: Home
Project Type: Picture (Framed)
This is hanging in our hallway that has a southwestern theme. I changed the blues and pinks to teals and peaches to match our color scheme better. The design came from a Dimensions kit titled "A Taste of the Southwest" #3687.
Gallery Project
Desert Blooms
Gallery Info
Gallery: Anita
Designer: Paul Brent 
Subject: Southwest 
Posted: May 2, 2004
Stitched For: Home
Project Type: Picture (Framed)
I liked this design since it's by Paul Brent and we have some of his framed prints. The design came for the leaflet titled "Desert Blooms" Volume #00802.
Gallery Project
Flowering Cactus
Gallery Info
Gallery: Anita
Designer: Dimensions, Inc. 
Subject: Southwest 
Posted: May 1, 2004
Stitched For: Home
Project Type: Picture (Framed)
I used an ivory fabric rather than the stamped peach fabric that came with the kit. The design came from a Dimensions kit titled "Flowering Cactus" #6624.
Gallery Project
Night Cactus
Gallery Info
Gallery: Anita
Designer: Anne Fetzer 
Subject: Southwest 
Posted: May 1, 2004
Stitched For: Home
Project Type: Picture (Framed)
I stitched this design on a 18 count black fabric rather than the 14 count Wild Rice Ragusa suggested in the design. I used Mill Hill beads for the owl's eyes and the stars rather than regular stitches to add some visual appeal. The design came from the Leisure Arts The Magazine June 1990 issue.
Publication Pattern
From Cross Stitch Calendar Covers Cross Stitch Calendar Covers | Cover: Various Designs
Pattern Info
Dimensions 85w x 43h
Publication Info
TypeLeafletLeaflet
SourceCyberstitchers
Leaflet Number256
PublisherStoney Creek Collection, Inc.
Publication Year2000
DesignerStoney Creek Collection, Inc.
Patterns15
Publication Pattern
From Crazy for Cross Stitch Crazy for Cross Stitch | Cover: Learning Experience
Pattern Info
Designer Mike Vickery 
Dimensions 91w x 113h
Publication Info
TypeMagazineMagazine
SourceCyberstitchers
Issue60
PublisherThe Needlecraft Shop, LLC
Publication MonthAug/Sep
Publication Year2000
DesignerVarious
Patterns18
Gallery Project
Southwest 1
Gallery Info
Gallery: Anita
Designer: Peg Wheeler 
Subject: Southwest 
Posted: May 1, 2004
Stitched For: Home
Project Type: Picture (Framed)
I changed the original colors of the designs to match the room better. The design came from the Leisure Arts The Magazine October 1988 issue.
Gallery Project
Southwest 2
Gallery Info
Gallery: Anita
Designer: Peg Wheeler 
Subject: Southwest 
Posted: May 1, 2004
Stitched For: Home
Project Type: Picture (Framed)
I chose to stitch all the pictures separately rather than as one 16" x 16" picture. The design came from the Leisure Arts The Magazine October 1988 issue.
Gallery Project
Southwest 3
Gallery Info
Gallery: Anita
Designer: Peg Wheeler 
Subject: Southwest 
Posted: September 9, 2006
Stitched For: Home
Project Type: Picture (Framed)
I adjusted the DMC colors to coordinate better with the designs. The design came from the Leisure Arts The Magazine October 1988 issue.
Gallery Project
Southwest 4
Gallery Info
Gallery: Anita
Designer: Peg Wheeler 
Subject: Southwest 
Posted: September 9, 2006
Stitched For: Home
Project Type: Picture (Framed)
This is the fourth southwest picture I've stitched from this designer. The design came from the Leisure Arts The Magazine October 1988 issue.
Gallery Project
Southwest Bookmark
Gallery Info
Gallery: Anita
Designer: Banar Designs, Inc. 
Subject: Southwest 
Posted: August 28, 2004
Stitched For: Charity
Project Type: Bookmark 
The design came from a Banar Designs kit #BKM-528.
Gallery Project
Southwest Bookmark
Gallery Info
Gallery: Anita
Designer: Stoney Creek Collection, Inc. 
Subject: Southwest 
Posted: July 1, 2012
Stitched For: Other
Project Type: Doily 
The design came from the Stoney Creek leaflet "Shades of the Southwest". It came from the Southwest Border design.
Gallery Project
Southwest Bookmark
Gallery Info
Gallery: Anita
Designer: The Design Connection, Inc. 
Subject: Southwest 
Posted: May 9, 2019
Stitched For: Other
Project Type: Doily 
The designs came from "The OmniBook of Christmas" #801.
Gallery Project
Southwest Bookmark
Gallery Info
Gallery: Anita
Designer: Sue Shelley 
Subject: Southwest 
Posted: March 6, 2007
Stitched For: Charity
Project Type: Bookmark 
This pattern is a free to download under the Free Patterns page on this site.
Gallery Project
Southwest Spirit
Gallery Info
Gallery: Anita
Designer: Gloria Eriksen 
Subject: Southwest 
Posted: May 1, 2004
Stitched For: Home
Project Type: Picture (Framed)
I changed the teals to blues so it would match better with the existing color in our home. The design came from a leaflet by Dimensions titled "Southwest Spirit" #209.
Gallery Project
Southwest Still Life
Gallery Info
Gallery: Anita
Designer: Ann Craig 
Subject: Southwest 
Posted: May 1, 2004
Stitched For: Home
Project Type: Picture (Framed)
I had to change the blues and pinks to teals and peaches to match our color scheme better. The design came from a Sunset kit (a Dimensions product line) titled "Southwest Still Life" #13550.
Gallery Project
Sunset Sampler
Gallery Info
Gallery: Anita
Designer: Virginia Soskin 
Subject: Southwest 
Posted: July 2, 2004
Stitched For: Home
Project Type: Unfinished 
This is one of many of my beginning cross stitch. It came from the Classic Cross Stitch magazine Oct/Nov 1990 issue.
Gallery Project
Texas Ornament
Gallery Info
Gallery: Anita
Designer: Gwen McCoy 
Subject: Southwest 
Posted: December 26, 2009
Stitched For: Gift
Project Type: Ornament 
The design from "A Cowboy Christmas" leaflet published by Sabra Publishing Company.
Gallery Project
Western Ornament
Gallery Info
Gallery: Anita
Designer: Linda Gordanier Jary 
Subject: Southwest 
Posted: December 26, 2009
Stitched For: Gift
Project Type: Ornament 
The design came from the leaflet titled "Texese".