Bathing in the Asters is the autumn installment of my Cats in the Garden series, where cats strike their classic kitty poses amongst the blooms. You know cats will clean themselves pretty much anywhere, so why not on top of a pumpkin? All four of the series fit into a traditional 5 x 7 frame for easy finishing! 😻 Prancing in the Tulips is the spring part of this series. Stretching in the Daisies is the second part.
STITCH COUNT: 65 x 97
SIZE on 32 count linen or 16 count aida: 4 x 6 inches (Fits nicely in a standard 5 x 7 frame!)
FABRIC: 32 count Stone Grey linen by Zweigart
SUITABLE ALTERNATIVE FABRICS: 32 count Stone Grey Lugana by Zweigart, 16 count Violet Mist Aida
STITCHES USED: Full cross stitch, back stitch
FLOSS: Weeks Dye Works & DMC. Full DMC conversion provided. FLOSS PACK HERE
▶CHART FORMAT: This chart comes in your choice of two formats: A printed physical copy which will be mailed to you, or a digital PDF chart that you can download immediately after checkout.
▶GETTING STARTED All you'll need to get started are these easy-to-find supplies.
>An embroidery hoop or frame
>Your chosen fabric
Questions? Feel free to email me at steph(at)lindystitches(dot)com.
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My package arrived quickly and I'm so excited to stitch the Goth Chicken along with the adorable cat patterns. And I got a sketch on my pattern book which is so cool and easier to save/store than the bags that I saved with [****]'s sketches :)
As a cat lover this series of patterns is perfect!
I just started this project and I am pleased with how easy this chart is to follow. This is a beautiful pattern and I know our kids will love the finished pillow. The cat looks just like their Pigwidgeon.
I am stitching Bathing in the Asters now, and it is such an enjoyable stitch. I have also stitched the first two cats in the series, and can't wait for the Winter Cat pattern to come out. These charts are so easy to read and turn out beautifully. Thanks for such a fun pattern! Definitely five stars!