Santa Fe Square and Friends
Here is my now 29 year old Santa Fe Square, one of my most popular ever designs. In celebration of its quarter century in 2013, I made three more designs.
New in 2013. Here is Santa Sierra Square, a pair to Santa Fe Square and the second design in the series.
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Celebrating Santa Fe Square
Santa Fe Square
Santa Fe Square was the first geometric I ever stitched. It languished in my portfolio unsold for a couple of years and then all of a sudden it sold. And sold and sold and sold.
In 2013 my followers requested it return, and now in 2017 I have had requests again for it.
In 2013 I celebrated Santa Fe Square by making three new friends: a pair for Santa Fe Square and two box tops.
Here are the four.
Santa Fe Square has been made on white or ecru 18-mesh canvas with Watercolours, Kreinik braids, pearl cottons and floss stitched in a variety of needlepoint stitches and composites.
Santa Fe Square is approximately 8 1/2" square on 18 mesh canvas 13" x 13".
The instructions booklet for Santa Fe Square is 22 pages long including a title page. In addition there is a color copy.
Santa Sierra Square
Santa Sierra Square is a friend for Santa Fe Square.
Santa Sierra Square uses the same threads in the same colors as Santa Fe Square (yes, all are still around after 25 years) but the design is a bit more complex. Maybe this is the way to look at it: Santa Fe Square grew up a bit.
The instructions booklet for Santa Sierra Square is 17 pages long including the title page. In addition there are 2 Oversize Graphs and a color copy.
Small Santa Fe Square
Another friend for Santa Fe Square, Small Santa Fe Square is suitable in a frame or as a box top with a 5" design area. Small Santa Fe Square uses the same threads in the same colors as the original.
The instructions booklet for Small Santa Fe Square is 15 pages long including the title page. In addition there is a color copy of the finished design.
Small Santa Sierra Square
The instructions are 17 pages long, including a title page.
In addition there is a color copy of the finished design.
Now that you have seen all four designs in the Santa Fe series, be sure to click here to visit the page that shows you all the creative things you can do with Santa Fe Square and its friends.
New in 2013, Here is Small Santa Fe Square, the fourth design in the series. It works well in a frame or as a box top.
New in 2013 Here is Small Santa Sierra Square, the third design in the series. It works well in a frame or as a box top.