Today’s free pattern is a simple folk-style flower that is adapted from a vintage painting that I found on Pinterest. The size of the pattern makes it great to use for a 10 x 15 cm postcard (4 ” x 6 ”).
Folk-style primitive flower
Download free primitive folk flower pattern in PDF
Size: 37w X 72h Stitches
Size: 6.71w X 13.06h cm on Aida #14 (approx 2.8 ” x 5 ”)
I loved that flower so much, that instantly srated incorporating it into a bigger sampler design 🙂
Enjoy your stitching!
On my holidays I love going to the seaside! I love the feeling of sand under my feet, the bright colors, the seashells and even the salty smell (especially that). So here are three patterns that try to capture that mood, three, because stopping at one was practically impossible 🙂
A Day at the Sea (versions 1, 2, and 3)
All three patterns are available in my Etsy shop ($3.99 each): https://www.etsy.com/shop/HappyStitchNet
For the days when you want to stitch something really, REALLY old-fashioned. A collection of free folk and primitive cross stitch patterns:
Pick of the week: Naive and Primitive
Designers and links: Continue reading
A couple of weeks ago I posted a poll, asking all my readers about their favourite themes for cross stitching. Now I know that you like to cross stitch flowers :), therefore today’s freebie is flower. (And yes, I love flowers too!) It is a pattern that can be used for a bookmark or as a motif.
The flower is adapted from one of the 19th century folk artworks of John van Minian.
Primitive art flower cross stitch bookmark pattern
Pattern size: 30w X 151h stitches, 8 colors