It seems that I’m making more and more of video game designs, both for my shop and as freebies. And then agian, why not? I sure hope that you enjoy stitching them, dear readers 🙂 Today’s freebie is the battle cry in dragon language from Elder Scrolls Skyrim, the Fus Ro Dah.
Fus Ro Dah free cross stitch pattern
Pattern size: 111 x 20 stitches
Size(s) on different canvas:
14 Count, 20.14 X 3.63 cm (could make a bookmark?)
18 Count, 15.66 X 2.82 cm
Yes, I love cats, but let us all admit: dogs are great too! And though I never had a dog and am not able to properly understand one, today’s collection of patterns is dedicated to these loving and joyful animals.
Pick of the week: Must love dogs free cross stitch patterns
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Two bookmarks that I made today are continuing the theme of the patterns that I made a couple of weeks ago. This time it is spring, represented by sweet first flowers and autumn with red and gold leaves.
Both patterns are free for download and very easy to make. Choose any colors you like!
Autumn bookmark cross stitch pattern Continue reading
Today I made two nice and easy bookmark patterns: one with sweet violet flowers and the other with blue snowflakes. And it somehow dawned it me as I was writing that post, that next time I should do Autumn and Spring bookmarks to go with today’s Summer and Winter. 🙂
Each of the patterns is very simple. Choose any color you like! 🙂 Continue reading
Once again – a bookmark based on Hayao Miyazaki‘s character (following Totoro bookmark made last week). Today it is the black cat Jiji from the animated movie “Kiki’s delivery service”, that tells the story of a young wanna-be witch Kiki, who earns her living making deliveries by broomstick.
Jiji bookmark cross stitch pattern
Stitch count: 37w X 95h stitches, 6 colors
Do you like Hayao Miyazaki? If you haven’t seen any of his animated movies, I strongly recommend that you do. Start with Academy Award winning Spirited Away, proceed to Howl’s Moving Castle and enjoy! Meanwhile here is a pattern based on a character from a 1988 film My Neighbor Totoro, forest spirit Totoro himself. As it often happens, I hope to make more Miyazaki-inspired petterns 🙂
Totoro bookmark cross stitch pattern
Stitch count: 45w X 116h Stitches, 7 colors