This design is the same size as "His Name is Jesus", "Jehovah" and "Su Nombre"
Posted on Facebook by Teresa Brown...
Thought you would like to see. I have my First Finish for 2016. Started March 17, 2016 and finished September 26, 2016. "HOLY SPIRIT" by Joyful Expressions It's done in over-dyed floss by ThreadWorx: The words are "Rocky Mountain" and Holy Spirit is "Dust to Dust" The fabric is Silkweaver Hand-dyed Opalescent 16 ct Aida "Winter Skye"
Here is Holy spirit stitched by Teresa Brown framed.
Wanted to give you an update on "Holy Spirit". I presented it to my church last Sunday, Dec.18th on the 5 year Anniversary of my Reaffirmation of Faith. Here it is on the Alter table in the Sanctuary.
Teresa L. Brown :-)
Holy Spirit stitched by Sandra Sasser for church prayer room. She stitched this with 14 count, Antique white fabric and used DMC floss, 311, 312, 322.
Holy Spirit stitched by Vicki Giger
I used DMC threads 321, 902 and 815 (the colours found
in DMC Varigate #115). I thought the red especially represented the fire associated with
the Holy Spirit, yet warm and comforting. I look forward to stitching many more charts.
14w X 11h inches (35.6 x 27.9cm) 196w X 154h Stitches on 14 Count Aida or 28 Count Evenweave or Linen (over 2 strands)If stitched on 16 count aida or 32 count Evenweave or Linen (over 2 strands) 12 ¼ x 9 ⅝.
Design fits a standard 12 x 16" frame or a 16 x 20" frame with a mat.
Holy Spirit stitches up quickly as the entire design is just cross stitches.
Skill Level Beginner to Intermediate
Like "His Name is Jesus", you may stitch this design in any three complimentary colors from dark to light.
The stitched sample was created in three shades of Antique Blue.
Carol Hagy wrote me asking if I could create a design with the characteristics of the Holy Spirit.
After prayer and research, I had a list of key attributes
and it was natural to model this new design after "His Name is Jesus"
with Holy Spirit in a bold cursive font as the focal point,
surrounded by the representative qualities. Sandra
Order the large, easy to follow chart spanning 5 pages for $8.00
Stitched by Kelly McMahan in DMC 317, 318, and 415
I used J & P Coats medium mauve (#3087), mauve (#3088) and (I think) very dark mauve (#3089). (I no longer have the wrapper for the very dark mauve.) The medium mauve is actually lighter that the mauve color. So, from light to dark, it goes #3087, #3088, #3089.
I felt led to do this project during the pandemic to help ease my mind and to learn new names for the Holy Spirit. It was a joy to do this!
Holy Spirit stitched by Andre Williams
Email from Donna:
Just finished framing and love the rainbow colors with this frame. I finished this beautiful design in a week. Enjoyed the design so much I couldn't wait to see the completed project. Frame was perfect. Can't wait to start my next one. Keep them coming, I love giving them to churches and pastors. Sincerely, Donna Wright, Eastern Shore, VA
Donna Posted on Facebook:
Just finished the Holy Spirit design and finished it in a week. Couldn't put it down... Just had to see how it turned out. Used rainbow colors of left over thread on 14 ct. Frame from Hobby Lobby $15.00 - so inexpensive but so beautiful.....a treasure. Wanted to give it as a gift but love it so much I'm keeping it. Going to start another right away. Bless you all for making these Christian treasures available.
I would be honored to have my work displayed. All the pieces I do are gifted and primarily scripture or God related. I enjoy being able to spend hours praying over my pieces and the person they're for as I work.
The Holy Spirit details:
36 cnt Vintage French Lilac Linen
554 DMC Light Violet (replaced 932)
553 DMC Violet (replaced 931)
550 DMC Very Dark Violet (replaced 930)
The photo was taken on a dark background for personal archiving which lost the beauty of the purple threads on the lilac linen. This piece was a gift for my pastor's wife.
Photo sent in by Tamara Suttle - see her comments below.
When I got the email that this pattern was released, I couldn't click "add to cart" quickly enough. I had already done His Name is Jesus. I chose the fabric and thread colors to represent the "consuming fire" that is the Holy Spirit. I cannot wait to start Jehovah.
Tamara used the following materials:
The Jobelan fabric is by Hand Dyed Fabrics by Stephanie and the color is Tropical 28 count 2x2.
Two of the threads are by Fiberlicious and they are Shades of Red and Shades of Red Pastel. The darker solid thread is Weeks Dyed and the color is Merlot.
Photo sent in by Elizabeth Magee
It does have some errors I am just learning cross stitch. It's helping me with a serious health condition by focusing on the Lord
during the trial. I'm doing His Name is Jesus next. It's soothing to think of scriptures during this time of testing. Thanks,
Elizabeth I. Magee
To _Him _Be _All _Glory Honor and Praise!
i really enjoy stitching these they are so much fun to do. The numbers i used for this one was DMC 3685, 3687, 3689
thank you and god bless
Done for daughter, Tina.
Stitched by Melinda Heim - DMC desert sand marbled 14-count aida with variegated red/brick/burgundy/pink shades of floss
I finished this for my friend, she fell in love with the pillow case. I used bright white 14" Aida, DMC floss is 816 Garnet, 3371 Black Brown, and 3782 Mocha Brown-LT
After a hiatus with my stitching, I resumed a flurry of flossing in the autumn. I had forgotten that the Holy Sprit stitching I had completed in 2019 had been washed, ironed, and waiting on framing in my closet.
May the Lord bless you abundantly in 2022. Thank you for sharing your gift of art with us.