All charts at Linen Flowers are hand-drawn artwork
Computer-generated means that you import them as
photos, then tweak the colors to make them easier to stitch/and to eliminate out
My passion at Linen Flowers is to draw the designs.
Each are hand-drawn designs in which mistakes are checked and double-checked
of them stitched, we would have only a portion of our catalog available because
of the expense and time required to stitch them.
The program that I use (Professional Platinum
Publisher by DP Software) makes it possible to see clearly how the design will
look using simulated photos which are superior to all others in the industry.
The black and white symbol charts that it produces are excellent for stitching.
"Simulated" means that the design looks as close
to the actual stitching as possible. Usually, stitching them looks slightly
lighter- a bit more faded.
Below are some examples of how a design looks both simulated, and
stitched. You'll find that they are very close. You'll find more examples on our
Some stitchers may always prefer a stitched photo, and we
(Please click on photos for larger views).
#120 Faith And Grace
This tuck pillow featuring the New Bunny was
beautifully stitched and finished by my friend Heather from the
#144 Patriotic Spirit
A beautiful tribute to a soldier's family
stitched by Kim Carter and featuring the design, Flying High.
#119 Fall Harvest
This beautiful towel featuring Give Thanks was stitched by