It seems that I’m making more and more of video game designs, both for my shop and as freebies. And then agian, why not? I sure hope that you enjoy stitching them, dear readers 🙂 Today’s freebie is the battle cry in dragon language from Elder Scrolls Skyrim, the Fus Ro Dah.
Fus Ro Dah free cross stitch pattern
Pattern size: 111 x 20 stitches
Size(s) on different canvas:
14 Count, 20.14 X 3.63 cm (could make a bookmark?)
18 Count, 15.66 X 2.82 cm
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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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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.
For all my nerdy readers and friends, here is a pattern I promised to make a loooong time ago. It is a adaptation of the logo of Skyrim, an amazing game by Bethesda softworks. I had a lot of fun hours, wathing my husband play it (and interfering all the time 😉 ).
This pattern is in black color only, but if you would like a rendition of the classical logo, just give me a shout in comments 🙂
Skyrim logo cross stitch pattern
Pattern size: 65 x 102 stitches
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Long dresses, long lashes, bodices, garters and stockings… These patterns celebrate beauty – and are free to download from the websites of their authors 🙂
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Based on an free image from the web, this arabesque pattern is very simple and can be done in only one color or in different colors of your choice. I really like the art-nouveau feeling of the ornament in this one 🙂
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Hey all 🙂 I remember having promised to make some Meditteranean charts, but today it will be something quite different. While browsing Pinterest I ran into that iconic phrase from Harry Potter:
“After all this time?”
It’s one of the best parts of the whole series, and one of the most magnificent love stories in it. So I decided to make my own little tribute to Severus Snape and his feelings for Lily Potter.
Always – free Harry Potter cross stitch pattern
Pattern size: 83 x 84 stitches, 4 colors (you can use black instead of green, which is used only for doe’s eyes)
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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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This alphabet can be used as a sampler of stitched in random order. It is my little tribute to the notorious work of Kazimir Malevitch, The Black Square. Well, if Malevitch was a type-face designer, he would probably create a font like this one 🙂 Every letter in this alphabet is black and square (surprise!).
Malevitch cross stitch alphabet
Size (each letter): 9 x 9 stitches, 1 color.
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Can you recognize this man? It’s Hercule Poirot from the TV-series portrayed by the amazing David Suchet. Oh I just love Agatha Christie’s novels, and Suchet makes the best Poirot ever. So if you’re a fan – enjoy this pattern!
Hercule Poirot cross stitch pattern
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