I know, where were we for the last few months? Well, that’s all my fault, but mainly as a result of how busy its been for Sprite Stitch recently, with a one game monthly challenge, a big swap, craft deities monthly challenge, stitching for charity 2012 quilt nearing completion, a small swap, and a new challenge for this month! Not only that, but this month is set to be the biggest ever with a special event! So check out the blog, forums, newly revamped pattern wiki, or follow us on Facebook and Twitter!
The big swap started in April is finally over, and all us non-entrants get to see all the goodies. Just like this amazing Harvest Moon play set. Measuring a 8x8inch stitched base, house, 24 standing vegetables, Jack, a cow, a chicken, a chick, a duck and two ducklings all stitched on both sides, this thing is a work of beauty. And somehow BlackMageHeart managed to stitch all of this in less than 2 months…
Another little gem from this years big swap was this awesome Final Fantasy III Monopoly set. Included are new choice and community chest cards, all new properties, and the sweetest registered trademark symbol. Nice one Jadely.
We’re also nearing the completion of this years Charity stitch, which has surpassed last years, as we will be producing three quilts! I had real trouble picking between the squares, but I like this one best. They’re looking at you IzzyXIII!
Our most recent challenge has just ended, and votes are still open, but this entry from CrazyCucco11 is something all us cross stitchers can relate to.
See you next month!
Oh, and if you like giveaways, keep your head around the blog for the next few weeks.
Lord Libidan is a rising star in the cross stitch world, most recently focusing on video games. He now blogs for Sprite Stitch, the most popular video game craft blog. He hand picks the best from the ever active community at the Sprite Stitch Forums.
Born to British Aristocracy, the man now known as Lord Libidan discovered the art of cross stitch while in a Buddhist monastery high in the Himalayan mountains. After meditating on the craft for years, he emerged from his retreat ready to challenge the prevailing paradigm and elevate embroidery to new levels. Focusing his talents on video game and pop culture cross stitches, he produces work that pushes as the boundaries of the form.