My name is David Jefferson and I live near the historic English market town of St. Albans, Hertfordshire, England. I am a designer of string art and stitching card patterns. I created the patterns available from the String Art Fun, Stitching Cards and Form-A-Lines websites.
String Art Fun customer Marge Burns sent us this picture made from the free shell pattern. Instead of using it the regular way with nails and such, Marge made it into a card with embroidery floss and then added gems. The pattern was used at full size.
The picture above is of Cross 1. The baseboard is a wood plaque they purchased from USA craft store Hobby Lobby. It resembles a slice cut through a log with the bark in place. The string art cross is going to be a Christmas present for Angela’s father and I am sure he will treasure it.
The pictures below are of Cross 2 and Girl praying. Angela described the process for us; “He nails the pattern, puts a claw hangar on the back, spray paints everything, and then strings the project when it is dried. The blue cross he used a variegated blue thread and did a layered painting job of white and light blue paint.”
Primary school teachers looking for a fun maths project for the Christmas term will find it at the String Art Fun website. The string art math projects are suitable for Key Stage 2 Maths (8 – 11 years old). They include numbered patterns and maths question sheets.
Designs can be created with pencils and ruler or drawing pins (thumb tacks) and string / wool.
The cross on a hill pattern was originally designed for the String Art Fun website. Following customer requests it has been converted into a stitching card pattern and added to the Stitching Cards collection. Stitching cards are scaled down versions of string art with holes punched in the card and the design stitched with a needle.