It's now October and this year seems to be flying by! I've been working on ways to use up my ridiculously large stack of craft papers and various bits and bobs. I've already come up with some hand-stitched Christmas card ideas but that's for another time.
I've also added a new Celtic pattern to my shop. This one has a very different look to the others. It is based on a little geometric motif at the corners of a portrait of St Matthew in the Book of Kells.
You can of course stitch it in any colours you like, and that little space in the centre is the perfect place for a button.
When you've stitched it, you can either frame it as pictured at the top or turn it around and frame it so that it looks more like the bottom picture.
You can buy the pattern on Etsy and Payhip (remember, if you live in the UK you won't have to pay EU VAT if you buy through Payhip).