This week I wanted to make a rune, then switched to making a pattern with some more vintage roses, but was not not in the mood to finish both. So here is one more vintage-inspired pattern, but this time it’s a bit more recent than Victorian flowers. This pattern is made from a picture of a pin-up girl I found on the Internet some time ago. Not sure why I liked it so much 🙂
Pin-up Girl cross stitch pattern
Pattern size: 110 x 167 stitches, 8 colors
Today we have a horrible cold weather with heavy rain, I’m absolutely freezing – so I made a pattern with a very scarcely dressed girl to lighten up my spirit and remind me of a coming holiday 🙂 It is again a silhouette made completely in one color – I used black, but you can choose any other color you like.
Girl silhouette cross stitch pattern
Size: 53w X 160h Stitches, 9.62w X 29.03h cm on #14 canvas
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Today I made a simple and elegant cross stitch chart with a silhouette of a lady in a black dress. Depending on your preferences you can use any color you like in your work. I personally think that inverting the colors will make this chart look even better 🙂
Lady in Black cross stitch chart
Stitch count: 60 x 100 stitches, 1 color
I found this beautiful picture of a young lady in a vintage dress and instantly realized that I want to make it into a cross stitching pattern (mostly because of the rich blue colors of her dress and hat). And so I did, though it took me quite a few hours. But it was worth it 🙂
The pattern is big (probably one of the biggest I ever made) and is recommended for experienced (and patient) cross stitchers.
Lady Iris cross stitch pattern
Stitch count: 126w x 268h stitches, 28 colors