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(Classic) paintings cross stitch patterns

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Re: (Classic) paintings cross stitch patterns

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Love these patterns :)

have found a few here I would like to do after I finish my current ones :)

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Re: (Classic) paintings cross stitch patterns

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La Ptite Bete wrote:Here are 4 new patterns :hello:


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Claude Monet,
Water Lily Pond - Symphony in Rose, 1900.
(133 x 120 sts, 27 colors)
Pattern


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John William Waterhouse,
The Lady of Shalott, 1888.
(250 x 200 sts, 32 colors)
Pattern


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Frank Bernard Dicksee,
La Belle Dame Sans Merci, 1890.
(250 x 200 sts, 31 colors)
Pattern


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Edmund Blair Leighton,
The Accolade, 1901.
(150 x 200 sts, 27 colors)
Pattern


So... What do you think ... ?
Addy, could you show me a pic of the Van Gogh painting you want ? I can't find one named "Maestros"... ?
I also tried with the Dali "Landscape with Butterflies", but it's a hard one ; many colours, and not as many threads I wish for the gradient colours... I'll try again later, I don't give up :)
Oh my oh my!!!! I'm loving these!!!

Have you done any more recently?
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Beautiful!!! Makes me want to read some Arthurian Lit! :nod
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WIP "Sunday in the Park"

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About 1.5 years ago, I joined SpriteStitch because it's basically AMAZING! I've found amazing things on here that has exponentially increased my queue. But I have a problem that I'm trying to work on where I start about 3-5 projects and then finish them....eventually! *sigh* Because of this problem I have been forcing myself to finish what I have first then start a new one. So I would like to share the WIP pic that I have. I'm currently working on the "Sunday in the Park" painting and hopefully see what you guys think. Thanks, oh wonderful people of SpriteStitch! :D
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Link's Sword (4/30); SAL Sampler; Adult Size Monster Pants (knitting)
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Looking great!!! How big is it going to be???
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Firehawke wrote:Looking great!!! How big is it going to be???
Thanks so much and sorry for the late reply! I didn't even see it until a few minutes ago. According to the pattern, it should be an 8 in. by 10 in (roughly). I believe that the actual project will be about the same size.
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Re: (Classic) paintings cross stitch patterns

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i'm about a week into the accolade and its probably my favourite project i've done so far. I know this thread has been dead for years, but if you ever feel the desire to make more paintings, i'd love to see:

• circe by wright barker
• ergenlik by salvador dali
• at the swan lake by hans zatzka

your patterns are so beautiful, la ptite bete, thank you for sharing them :)

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