Stitch a set of four brightly-colored embroidered Easter eggs using this free hand embroidery pattern. The set is worked in basic surface embroidery stitches and can be finished as ornaments or embroidered onto a table runner or napkins.
I am so excited to announce that my daughter and I have started a blog about tatting! It will be an extension of what we have been sharing here on Instagram, with the addition of my own patterns. This pattern for Easter eggs that I designed is posted on the blog. Link in profile!
The "Lilies of the Valley" One of 8 missing Faberge Imperial Easter Eggs Status: Missing Date: about 1900 AD Artist: Karl Faberge (1846-1920) and the artisans of the House of Faberge Origin: St. Petersburg, Russia Media: Precious metals and stones Measurements: Various Last Known: St. Petersburg, Russia, 1917 What is it? Jeweled Easter eggs given by Russian Tsars Alexander III and Nicholas II to their Empresses at Easter.
I used to say, "But that's not what it means to me. God sees my heart" Now I say, "The Bible says that the heart is deceitful above all things. I now care more about what the Almighty YHVH says and thinks than what man does."