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
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 )
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!
I guess the title says it all 🙂 Today’s freebie is an adaptation of a vintage poster promoting healthy food, namely apples and grapes. The image and lettering in it are a great example of negative space.
The pattern is dextremely easy: three colors only. Use off-white or cream canvas for more authentic vintage look.
Eat Fruit Be Healthy: vintage poster cross stitch pattern
Pattern size: 78 X 122 stitches
A simple lady in blue adapted from the same vintage pictures as the previous girl in pink. As it usually happens with vintage pictures, it’s all beautiful and sweet. Best stitched on cream or ecru canvas 🙂
Vintage Lady in light blue pattern
Pattern size: 62 X 122 stitches, 12 colors
When I found these illustrations from some vintage magazine, I absolutely fell in love with them. But then I stored images away in a very deep and uncategorized folder on my computer and forgot all about it. Only a couple of days ago, when Holly posted a comment on my Lady Iris pattern I remembered that I had something vintage and chic to convert to cross stitch pattern in mind 🙂 So today’s pattern is an adaptation from an old fashion magazine.
Pink vintage lady cross stitch pattern
(When created, the file’s name was bhm;dfh,alfdk.jpg because my cat decided to sit on my hands and hide both the screen and the keyboard)
Pattern size: 61w x 117h stitches, 15 colors
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