Hello! Even though there's no real reason for it, it's been over a week since I last posted here, so I thought that I should actually do something today. Because of that, I have two new sprite patterns for you and a photo of a needlepoint I did, both of which are very mysterious. Since I usually put the patterns first in these posts, I'll do that again today, with new sprite cross stitch charts of Sherlock and Watson, from the TV series that's running on PBS right now. (I would have done ones to match the books, but when I was in 1890s literature class, I remember slogging through the Sherlock Holmes stories like they were irrelevant historical documents rather than actually enjoying them while everyone else in the class was like, "Oh, we're finally doing something readable!" I liked a lot of the stuff everyone else in there was annoyed at having to read, though, so I guess it had to happen with something. However, I quite enjoy the TV show.) I realize that today's patterns are just another case of, "I've been watchin' this on TV, so I decided that it needed to be cross stitched, too," but it was fun to try and make the patterns actually look like Benedict Cumberbatch and Martin Freeman, even if I was much more successful in one case than the other, and I know that there are others reading this blog that enjoy the program, too. Plus, on the TV show, Watson puts all of their cases on a blog, so really, this is a very reasonable thing to do. Regardless of why I made these new patterns, however, here they are, ready for you to stitch or perler bead or whatever you want to do with them! I hope you like them.
Tatie Grenouille's blog, alongside matching cross stitch charts of Layton and Flora. My version of it was done with cheap craft thread on 10-count plastic canvas.