Hi everybody, I hope you are having a great Friday! I skipped the Tuesday freebie this week, so my usual free design is instead posted today.
I wanted to make another rune (and actually almost made it), but then hesitated. Somehow today is the day to post something quite different 🙂 It is a famous quote from Disney’s Mulan, “Dishonor on your cow!” Mulan is my favourite princess, one of my favourite Disney movies – and this quote is so great and applicable.
Isn’t Mushu hilarious? 🙂
I used a chinese-like font and a little figure of a dragon beneath the text – you can leave it out, if you like.
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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.
Today’ freebie is a stylization of the iconic Dovahkiin helmet: a nice and easy pattern for Elder Scrolls Skyrim fans that you can use to make small souvenirs.
The pattern is in black thread, but any color will do!
Click on the image to see it in better resolution.
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 )
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Dark red rose free cross stitch pattern
Hello dear readers, and sorry for being away for several days. September began swiftly and brought lots of different projects into my life, including a stitchy square for Stitching out Stigma, an ornament for Christmas ornament exchange, a job offer, and an unexpected journey (yup, I feel almost like a Hobbit. Legs, too :)). On top of that me and my husband are trying to sell the current apartament and buy a new one. But I am still here, and so are the usual freebies. If there are any GTA fans out there, they will definitely like it!
Wasted (GTA inspired) mini cross stitch pattern
A simple mini project, that can be stitched in a night with only three colors (two, if you skip the background). And what a powerful message! 🙂 Any GTA video game fan knows that line.
! Download free Wasted (GTA inspired) cross stitch pattern
Enjoy your stitching!
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!
Today’s freebie is the logo of the Fallout video game series. And it is here not only beacause I felt like doing it, but because of the great update with several Fallout patterns that is going to come soon to my Etsy patterns shop!
Yes, I admit that Fallout is one of my favourite video games. What about you?
Fallout logo free cross stitch pattern
Pattern size: 98w X 36h Stitches on Aida #14 (approx 17.78w X 6.53h cm)
As a small update for the previous post, here is a freebie for all Singaporeans, who want to stitch the official SG50 red dot 🙂
35*35 stitches and only two colors: white and red. Choose your colors, and download the image – it has all the information you need!
To tell you the truth, I didn’t expect to make a ladybird for today’s freebie. I was going to make another runis pattern, like last week, but stumbled upon this amazing felt craft image on Pinterest:
Source: https://www.flickr.com/photos/ericacatarina/7563193062/in/photostream/ via Pinterest
And here is what appeared miraculously in my Pattern Maker: a chibi kawaii-style girl in a ladybird costume. The pattern is small and extremely easy, it can be stitched by kids or beginners. It can also be used to make a postcard or on a pincushion.
Chibi ladybird girl pattern
Pattern size: 45 x 45 stitches, 6 colors
Download link inside:
If you spent some time here on my blog, you definitely know my favourite animal. Yes, I love cats. And that is exactly the line that I put on the cross stitch sampler pattern that is going to become my second project for the Punk Projects Craft Challenge.
The pattern (as most of my cross stitch patterns here) is absolutely free. Scroll down to download full pattern in printable PDF format.
I Love Cats primitive cross stitch sampler
Pattern size: 66 x 100 stitches