Cross Eyed Cat
: that's quite a weird name, for a brand! And it's the American Kat Rocha's brand, Cross Eyed Cat
. And pleasantness and liveliness are actually the badges of this girl from Austin, always trying to communicate happiness and joy of living in her works, since these are her distinguishing features.
Kat has been creating small puppies and doll clothes with her mother since she was a child, though it was in her teen years, that she discovered her taste for needlework. She even won a well deserved second prize for an embroidery work of hers, while still attending the middle school! She then had the idea, right from her kits, to create her own designs, featuring a thousand, different shapes and patterns.
The business mix from Cross Eyed Cat
actually ranges from needle and necessities keeper
, from tangled labyrinths
. But the real, main theme fil rouge
of all Kat’s creations is fun! No matter if they’re fantasy subjects
or Christmas patterns
, what counts most, when stitching these charts, is enjoying the relaxing moments they can give you! Christmas decorations
are definitely a must for Cross Eyed Cat<: a lot of small Advent pictures
suitable for any kind of stitching expertise: both for the most skillful stitchers and for cross stitch beginners!
And if you’re willing to roll
your eyes, too, just like Kat’s cross eyed cat
, try stitching this nice and tangled labyrinth
..è proprio come... (RosannaS) Einführungsdatum: 31/10/2011
Il labirinto di Chartres... che ho "scoperto" leggendo la trilogia della Maddalena di kathlin McGowan (romanzi...)
Magari qualcuna è stata nella cattedrale Notre-Dame de Chartres nel nord ovest della Francia e lo ha visto di persona.
Altre info si possono trovare qui (wikipedia)
e qui: http://utenti.quipo.it/base5/combinatoria/labirchartres.htm
E' incredibilmente bello e significativo questo simbolo e questo schema.