This design with beautiful pink and blue flowers is adapted from a photo of a vintage dish. Download, stitch, and enjoy!
Pattern size: (for Aida #14)
Stitch count: 108w x 132h full stitches (no half or back-stitches)
Size: about 20 x 24 cm (7.7 x 9.6 inches)
Total colors: 20
Vintage Folk Art Flowers pattern
The download file in PDF format includes black-and-white symbol chart on three pages, color floss legend for DMC thread, and thread usage chart for Aida #14. Continue reading “Vintage Folk Art Flowers pattern”
Welcome! Today’s free pattern is a beautiful dark red rose adapted from a vintage botanical painting. As states the poll in the right sidebar, flowers are the most popular design among my readers, so I hope you will enjoy this one!
Dark vintage rose free cross stitch pattern
Pattern size: 136w X 178h Stitches, 20 colors (approx 19 x 25 cm / 7.5 ” x 9.8 ” on Aida #18 )
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Punk project challenge (week two, since I have effectively overslept the previous one) is to make a project using my favorite colors. And for me nothing represents my favorite color – blue – than the beautiful Mediterranean doors, deep blue on perfectly white walls. So today I made a big pattern using three images of such doors.
The pattern, as usual, is completely free to download (look for the link below the image).
Three blue doors cross stitch patterns
Pattern size: 327 x 136 stitches, 27 colors (approx. 46 x 19 cm on #18 canvas)
Uses: cross stitches, back stitches.
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Are you a coffee person or a tea person? My husband likes to start his day with a cappuccino, while I prefer a big mug of black tea. Today’s pick of free patterns has something of both worlds:
Pick of the week: I love coffee, I love tea free patterns
Authors and download links:
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Today’s free pattern is an inspiring quote by Indian leader Mahatma Gandhi,
“An eye for an eye only ends up making the whole world blind.”
The design is complete with a pair of eyes and Gandhi’s signature.
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I found this picture in the web and instantly fell in love with it. A little chapel lost somewhere in a field – what could possibly be more romantic? I hope you will enjoy this pattern as much as I do 🙂
A little church in the fields cross stitch pattern
Stitch count: 170 * 120 stitches, 24 colors
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This vintage image has waited a very long time for me, so I finally transformed it into a pattern today 🙂
Oh yes, I still can’t get enough roses and vintage stuff – but if you want to see anything else, just let me know!
Vintage roses ia a basket
Pattern size: 149 x 107 stitches, 26 colors
Finished size: approx. 27 x 20 cm on #14 canvas
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Hi everybody! I didn’t post anything yesterday, but today I’m making up for it and posting yet another flower pattern. It is based on a Victorian drawing of a pink rose, and is a great addition to my collection of vintage flower patterns.
Pink vintage rose cross stitch pattern
Size: 95w X 200h stitches (appr 17.24 X 36.29 cm on #14 canvas), 25 colors
! Download Vintage pink rose free cross stitch pattern Included in the zip file: jpg picture as above, gif image chart, pdf chart and a color guide.
Last time I counted my patterns and decided that this is going to be the #100 – but today I found out that I actually already made over a hundred different cross stitch patterns. Seems like someone here is not good at counting…. 🙂
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Today I’ve looked through loads of photos, but decided to make a pattern based on my own drawing (again: previously I made the Turtle Island, Maneki-neko and the jazz cat with bass). It will again be a cat, probably because somewhere inside of me is a crazy cat lady dying to get out.
This pattern, as well as the source picture, is heavily inspired by the art from the Book of Kells. The artwork and illumination of this medieval manuscript is fantastic! I strongly recommend to look it up on Google (or to visit Dublin’s Trinity College, where it is displayed).
The Kells cat (with a bird)
Size: 121*170 stitches, 8 colors.
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Can you recognize this man? It’s Hercule Poirot from the TV-series portrayed by the amazing David Suchet. Oh I just love Agatha Christie’s novels, and Suchet makes the best Poirot ever. So if you’re a fan – enjoy this pattern!
Hercule Poirot cross stitch pattern
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