Jazz Cat cross stitch pattern

If there is something that I love more than music or craft, then it is cats without any doubt. The Jazz Cat pattern combined music, cats and crafts together 🙂 This chart of a gray bass playing cat is based on my own original drawing (actually this tom is the first one of the series of musical cats that I wanted to draw).

Stitch count: 94w x 117h Stitches, 9 colors . Ideal for beginners due to limited amount of colors and easy cartoon style.

Jazz Cat cross stitch pattern

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What jazz evergreen is this tom playing? Share your opinion in comments below!

The guardian cat cross stitch pattern

I saw this funny photo of a cat guarding his territory and instantly converted it into a small pattern. Ah yes, I love cats (as proven by all cat patterns I made 🙂 ) .
The guarding cat photo

I hope you will enjoy this pattern as well. It is small and simple and uses only black and white floss (try using canvas of different color to make it even more interesting). You can also stitch different text on the sign (anything from “I love cats” to “Hello world”), for your convenience I have included in the package a printable pattern with no text.

Stitch count: 73w x 59h, 2 colors

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Neko Coneko cross stitch chart

A tribute to Azumanga Daioh anime series: two charts depicting Neko Coneko – white cat with a white kitten on its head. I made two versions of this chart – a bigger one (only cross stitches) and a smaller one (cross and back stitches).

Bigger neko-coneko:

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Stitch count: 80W x 62H
Colors: 7
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Small Maneki-neko chart

A Maneki-neko (the “beckoning cat” or the “welcoming cat”, typically a Japanese bobtail with calico coat and a very short tail) is a traditional Japanese symbol of good luck. You can often see it in shop windows or restaurants. It is believed that the right paw in welcoming gesture welcomes people while the left paw welcomes wealth and good luck.

Stitch yourself a meowing good luck charm!

Stitch count: 60W x 90H
Colors: 6

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[More original cross-stitch cats]

Black cat crossstitch pattern (once again :)

Yet once again a small addition to the thematic Halloween patterns. This cross stitch pattern of a black cat is based on a clip-art picture from the Web. It is quite small and doesn’t require much technique or patience. It also can be matched with the patterns in the Halloween pack and used for decoration.

Black and white cat cross stitch pattern
Use the download link below to get the pattern and the colors list.
Stitch count: 65w X 54h
Colors: 7

Download Black and white cat cross stitch pattern

A cat person? I have more original cat patterns!

Halloween cross stitch patterns pack

Okay, okay, I got carried away in my previous Christmas post. Here is a little present for all of you looking for pumpkins and broomsticks: a Halloween patterns pack. Use these small patterns for stand-alone presents or for decorating. The patterns are really simple: average stitch count is 45×45 and less than 10 colors, thus easy to cross-stitch even for a child.

And yes, I hope to make also a Halloween temari 🙂

There are five patterns in the pack:
– a pumpkin,
– an old tomb,
– a bat,
– a spider,
– and a black cat

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