It’s almost Easter time! Today I picked for you some very sweet free patterns with Easter eggs. Enjoy!
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Hey everybody! today’s free pattern is an Easter biscornu with bunnies holding Easted eggs. You can stitch it as is (in one color) or choose your own colors. In any case, feel free to send me a photo of your finished project, and I will gladly feature it here in this blog! 🙂
Easter biscornu (red bunnies with eggs)
Pattern size: 60w X 60h Stitches
It’s Easter patterns time! So for all of you who are looking for free decorative designs, here is a pack of four patterns with four different Easter eggs. All patterns are of the same size (quite small) and very easy to stitch, and can be stitched separately or together.
The pack consists of four separate PDF files, complete with patterns and color charts, combined in one zip archive.
Easter eggs patterns pack – Tuesday freebie
Inspired by all beautiful samplers on Pinterest: “Happy Easter” sampler (maybe not exactly a sampler, but something very similar) with easter eggs, chickens and tulips. I made it in red, but it can be embroidered with any color you like.
I never did samplers before, this one is the very first and I hope you will like it!
Stitch count: 80 x 80 stitches, 1 color.
Would you believe if I told you that I totally forgot about upcoming Easter? Well, so I did, and only got suspicious with the sudden increase of the amount of people searching for Easter patterns 🙂 So here is a little something with Easter eggs and flowers (based on an image from the Web).
Easter eggs cross stitch pattern
Stitch count: 64w x 79h stitches, 12 colors
Did you know? In software development an Easter egg is a hidden message, often a inside joke. Even some versions of Microsoft Office have Easter eggs in them!
People often confuse rabbits with hares. Biologists say, that the main difference between a hare and a bunny is that the former is not attached to its territory and can’t be domesticated. That is why I’m sure that there was a bunny on the picture I converted into this pattern. It looks really domestic 🙂
A bunny is a traditional Easter symbol in US and Europe (by the way, Wikipedia says that Easter Bunny was an Easter Hare in medieval times), so this chart will pattern can make not only a playroom decoration, but a great Easter present.
Stitch count: 70w X 100h