Nothing is cosier than stitching a snowy scene while you’re snuggled up in front of the fire. We’ve chosen our favourite cross stitch snow scenes to inspire you to get stitching as the temperature drops.
From fairy-tale characters, to stunning landscapes, there are cross stitch snow scenes here for every taste.
It’s the details that make this scene so delightful. I love the dogs playing ball in the garden, the smoke rising from the chimney and the soft hues of the evening light over the mountains. This kit from Dimensions is a joy to stitch.
The Historical Sampler Company’s charming style has never been more apt than in this winter cross stitch sampler, featuring a church, houses and Christmas trees. The border of snowflakes completes the look. Stitching it on light blue fabric adds to the wintery theme.
Who wouldn’t want to live in a house like this at Christmas? The little birdhouses are to die for in this Bothy Threads kit, while the simple window decorations have a somewhat Shaker styling that would be a pleasure to stitch. The backstitching gives the snowman and dog a sketchy style.
This nostalgic scene captures the spirit of Christmas in an idyllic village setting, with skaters on the river and children decorating the communal tree. The row of street lamps along the bridge draw your eye further into the scene, while the warm glow of lights offsets the colder whites and blues of the snowy scene.
Shhh. This band of bucks has heard the crunch of your footfall and looks ready to spring away. Stitched on 18-count white Aida, this vision of pristine winter would be the perfect gift for the outdoorsman or nature lover on your list.
6. Love Winter
Kim Anderson‘s seasonal take on the Love Tree phenomenon is this beautiful design with snow on the ground and foxes, robins, hearts, snowflakes and winter flowers. For extra Christmas sparkle, this also features sequins and gems, plus satin flowers and hearts give it a tactile effect.
Inspired by winter storms and Danish fairy tales this breathtaking Mirabilia design features beads and sparkling stars adorning the queen’s cloak. Her companion is equally adorned in festive winter swirls and dripping crystal beads.