Counted Cross Stitching or some kind of craft is a must up here in Alaska, we have long dark winters. A person needs to keep busy. We also have beautiful scenery year round. Here at Alaskan Stitchery, a small cabin located deep in the "bush" (country to you folks) where I live, I love to cross stitch year round. So, I have decided to combine all of these and bring you some Counted Cross Stitch Charts of the scenery up here.
We have such a diversity of animals, flowers, mountains, lakes, just to name a few, that the selection should prove to be wide. I am slow at taking pictures, because I look for the best shot. Then the development of each chart takes time so that you receive a quality product for your dollar.
Also, in the Gallery
, I will show you some of the pieces that I have stitched along the way. There are many, and there are even more that I have given away and have no pictures of. That is a shame, but that is what happens sometimes. Photos of the area up here close to where I live will also be added eventually.
Alaskan Stitchery has moved from the old location to a smaller, but nicer place. I will show you photos and give you some of the background of the move and new place. You can read about that in About Us
area of the site.
I will also have a page for Links
to sites of stitching interest. I will have stitchery links, plus links to a lot of other sites of interest. Since we use alternative energy, I will list sites of interest in that category, and I will also list a lot of links of a subject that is near and dear to my and my husbands hearts. The Constitution, and a lot of Early American History. There will also be links of general interest that I think you might enjoy. I will just have many links pages, and one special one where I will do “my thing.” In this link I will have pages that are not like the rest of the site, but have sayings that I love or have written. It will be much different from the rest of the site, but still pleasing to the eye. I may even introduce you to Ramyth, my favorite dragon. Time will tell.
I hope that you will find all of this site interesting, and visit us often. Watch for AlaskanStitchery.com to grow during the coming years.