Oldies but goldies – I made the “Avocado” cross stitch chart more than a year ago, and it is still one of my favorites. It is a pair for the Pumpkin pillow : same size, same style and the same vegetable ideology.
Did you know in Indonesia they make a dessert drink with avocado and chocolate syrup? Yuk! I would rather see it in salads and sandwiches. Or on a pillowcase:
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Continuing the Mayan theme that started with the Lizard is the second pattern for ethnic cross-stitch cushions – the Mayan turtle.
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This pattern for making a cross-stitch cushion was heavily inspired by Mayan culture. An ethnic-styled lizard curles over the Mayan symbol for water (bottom right). It is the first in the Mayan-series cushions I designed and I even cross-stiched this one in a real cushion (photo inside!).
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Yet another pattern for cross-stitching a cushion. and this time I used a celtic ornament for inspiration (yes, I’m quite into that stuff 🙂 ). I would not recommens this pattern for beginners because it is very big (a lot of stitches) and you may lose your patience in the middle of your work.
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Simple cross stitch chart that can be made into a pillow cover or a small square embroidery. In any case this orange pumpkin will be a great decoration for Thankgiving!
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Green and orange ornamented cushion will look great in a country home.
Download Green and orange cushion chart
One of the first charts I made a couple of years ago: the nasty blue cat from Azumanga Daioh anime series. The pattern is very easy but quite big, so I would not recommend it for beginners.
Download Azumanga cat chart