Pretty Little Cities

2014 was my year of crafting; I hadn’t worked on cross-stitching in a long time and was completely taken by Jodi Rice’s designs on Etsy. She’s a fan of Mary Blair and takes clear inspiration from the Small World ride at Disneyland. The patterns are hard to resist for their distinct color palettes, but I think what makes them so fun to work on is their modularity. They’re structured by sections or pieces, so you can work on this building or that bit of flower and feel like you’ve made good progress.

I love them all, but I’m especially a fan of the tiny backstitching on the Statue of Liberty’s crown.

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7 thoughts on “Pretty Little Cities”

  1. Hey, thanks! I love them so much that when Michael’s recently stopped selling the hoops that I put them in, I found a different craft store that stocked them and bought like 10 just so any future projects will match. 😛

  2. The Tokyo one has a really beautiful color palette, and the New York one is a lot of fun just for how iconic all the landmarks are. 😀

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