by Jean D. Crowther
11 More New Mormon Temples is one of a popular series of counted cross-stitch books created by Jean D. Crowther, the foremost designer of LDS-oriented temple patterns. These books contain uniquely elegant designs of temples erected by The Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-day Saints throughout the world. Newly-married couples enjoy having a cross-stitched design of the temple in which they were married, especially when it includes the name of the temple, their names, and the date of their eternal-marriage sealing. And many relatives and friends regard their stitching of the design as a token of their enduring love and friendship with the couple.
General instructions explain the basic cross-stitch, the backstitch, and other necessary stitches to create the temple and landscape details. Comprehensive detailed instructions are given for each temple (including finished design sizes for the temple only or for the temple with the backstitched name stitched).
11 More New Mormon Temples contains cross-stitch patterns for the following temples:
Albuquerque New Mexico
Columbia River Washington
Nauvoo Illinois 2002
8.5″ x 11″ paperback