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Even those of use who don't know many signs in American Sign Language will likely recognize this one. Say "I love you" with your fingers - in stitches! Stitch the outline only or fill it in with a second color of floss, beads, paint, or other media. Use the floss brands and colors of your choice.

I Love You Sign Photo © Connie G. Barwick
This would make a great gift for someone special who uses signs to speak or teaches sign language. Or just for someone you care about. I included a small chart with the words "I love you" in similar size. This will enable you to make a small ornament with the sign on one side and the words on the other.

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November 11, 2009 at 12:12 pm
(1) jelly says:

do you have more patterns for the deaf/hoh?
i am on the search for more, but haven’t had much luck finding them.

November 11, 2009 at 1:59 pm
(2) Connie G. Barwick, About.com Cross Stitch Guide says:

I don’t have any others yet, but would be happy to add more.

November 11, 2009 at 2:41 pm
(3) jelly says:

I have some patterns with hands signing ‘interpreter’.

and one for showing someone is deaf.

i haven’t stitched them as of yet, they are on my ‘to do’ list, of course.

i am working on a line of deaf/hoh stitch projects to eventually sell.

i would like to see the sign for ‘friends’ if possible, if you can find that one.

maybe a alphabet chart, where i could create words from that alphabet.

March 8, 2011 at 2:50 pm
(4) Margaret A-T says:

Yes, I have Sign language of Cross stiches that someone who made those by Jemini Designs. I saw online and Ordered it it was 2 years ago.

Her email is jemini@needledelights.com from address 913 Gulf Breeze Parkway,# 35 Gulf Breeze, FL 32561

Phone: 1-850-934-1017

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