Tag: Freebie Friday

Beach Cross Stitch Chart | Freebie Friday

We hope you are enjoying the sunny weather. Want something to stitch whilst sat outside in the glorious spring weather? Brighten up your home with this colourful beach cross stitch chart. We want to keep your holiday dreams alive with this lovely beach design for this weeks Freebie Friday! This is a great project for…

Cross Stitch Cuties | Freebie Friday

Peeking from under the bed covers with his droopy eyes – he is definitely ready for this weeks Freebie Friday! We are offering you this cute cross stitch design for this weeks Freebie Friday! This is a great project for any occasion. The basset hound cross stitch is one you don’t want to miss. The chart…

Spring Sampler | Freebie Friday

Do you enjoy making cards for every occasion? We know your stitching skills are amazing. For this weeks Freebie Friday we want to share this mini sampler with you. This delightful mini sampler card is a great way to celebrate spring and would make a charming little framed picture. This design is from the book…

Easter Chick Free Cross Stitch Pattern

This Easter chick free cross stitch pattern designed by Joanne Sanderson is perfect for a quick Easter card. You could decorate the card with punched flower shapes in different colours. You Will Need 18 x 13cm (7 x 5in) 14-count white Aida Double-fold card to fit embroidery DMC stranded cotton as featured in the chart…

Noel Modern Cross Stitch Chart

Noel, Noel! Christmas is almost upon us. While there may not be much time for large scale festive stitching, there is always time for a smaller piece. This modern festive chart is designed by Courtney Kyle. Its simple design creates a striking effect and means it is quick to stitch, just in time for Christmas.…

Peony Cross Stitch | Free Pattern

The Peony is a traditional symbol of wealth and prosperity in the Far East. Stitch this beautiful flower and turn it into a trinket box, mirror top or pincushion to admire daily. Originally, peonies were costly and confined to the possession of the elite, so were quickly associated with wealth. If you could afford a…