Wednesday, 27 October 2010

Airedales in Stitches

I mean, of course, embroidery stitches. Just came across these three pics I made ages ago. The photographs are not good - they are actually worked on mint green fabric! Heaven knows why I picked that colour, I certainly wouldn't now but here they are photographed and shown here for posterity. The charts are all from Stitch Pics.

More Airedales in stitches but not made by me this time. I thought I would show my fab new sweater I just bought from Cath Kidston. It is 100% Merino wool and nicely big and baggy - I can never resist anything sporting Airedales and will probably wear this to my Airedale Club's Christmas party.


  1. Eh......can you also make this from Labradors????........hahahhah!! so lovely !! like it !!! warm hugs from me Ria......

  2. The AireEmbroideries are wonderful and we are loving the beautiful sweater! You are making our mom feel lazy! She's still going with those darn granny squares!

    Love ya lots
    Maggie and Mitch

  3. Wow--those Airedales must have taken a long time to stitch, Shirley! How did you ever keep all those shades of brown straight?!! The new sweater is just perfect for you--what a great find :)

  4. They all look fabulous! I bet you could take the stitched airdales and make a bag to take with you to the club meeting. A one of a kind orginal.

    (Hmmmmmm that gives me an idea. I'll have to dig out my Irish patterns. )

  5. The Airedale stitchings are all great and I think that the terrier on the pattern of the head seems to smile :)
    The sweater is just perfect!

  6. I'm loving that sweater AND the stitching! How fun!

  7. Hi! Can you tell me where I might be able to purchase a sweater like this! I have Lakeland Terriers! Thanks so much!