Revolving Fluorescents has been designed for young adults looking for decor utilizing blacklights. It contains the newest Fluorescent DMC threads and Scribble Neon paint. Measuring (H by W) 16.64 by 16.64 when using Aida 14 inch gage cloth. The first 2 pictures display the design with normal lighting and the last 2 pictures are taken under blacklights.
It's important to tell you about the quality of the patterns I sell. Anyone that produces a digital pattern can use up to about 90 colors per pattern. As a customer, it is important to know how MANY and WHO's (manufacturer) colors are used in your digital pattern. You need it be a reasonable, workable or stitch...able number. If I have to use more than 37 different colors, I don't offer the pattern. I made one exception where my cross stitch pattern used 36 colors, but my needle point pattern used 43. (I just Loved the finished pattern). Once I upload and analyze all my yarn or thread choices, I produce my ruff draft. Each pattern needs additional design work. I have not found one yet that didn't. Some take as few as a couple of hours and some take days especially if out-ling is offered.
All my pattern pictures come in the specific manufactures color that I am selling. None are just black and white. I also offer symbols with the patterns that need them, for easy stitching. I also upload my patterns into a special software and double it's size before it goes into a PDF form. When you set your printer to 200% you will get a pattern that is 400% bigger than anything on the market today.
Not all my patterns are digital. I design many of them from hand and stitch them as well. Some pictures you will see the patterns already stitched and framed. I use a solid picture with no grid for my jpeg. It protects me from anyone just copying the pattern, by using the "image as" and saving it to there computer, yet still allows you to view the actual colors of the pattern.
Finally, I offer Needle Point Patterns and Cross Stitch Chart Patterns. Needle Points are done on Canvas, use yarn and a half cross stitch. The yarn manufacturers, there colors and types, vary greatly not only from each other, but also from the thread manufacturers. It costs a lot of money to purchase all the materials required to make a tapestry. That type of investment requires a material chart to work from. A tapestry will NOT turn out the same if you use Anchor Tapestry Wool verse Appleton Tapestry Wool. They all make very different shades to there colors. I sell both pattern types in most of my offerings. That way you don't need to choose until you are ready to stitch!
I have a gallery, if you would like to see my actual framed work at www.paulaspatterns.com. I have 75 of my pieces on display. I have been doing this for over 45 years. My first large canvas needle point was framed in 1976. On September 6, 2012 I published an application patent on Hand Painting Cross Stitch Patterns, Needle Points and Crewel Patterns.