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Solarize Dahlia – Set (4 Cross Stitch Patterns)
The Solarize Dahlia counted cross stitch pattern set will bring a touch of modern vibrance into any decor with their vivid cool tones. This set consists of four patterns, which can be stitched individually or on one larger piece of fabric to create one image. This pattern is full stitches only, with no back stitch. These counted cross stitch patterns are great for beginners as they are small, but also are a fun stitching project for more experienced stitchers. The set is a PDF download, so you can get started on your newest project straight away!
Mermaid Tales Cross Stitch Pattern Set
Welcome to the Mermaid Tales cross stitch pattern set! This four-part series started as a stitchalong, and is now available as a standalone set! Featuring four individual patterns (Cold Rock, Telescope, Mirror Mirror, and Mermaid Struggles), this set is perfect for adding a bit of sass and bling to your home. These designs are inspired by an online conversation in which someone was complaining about crocheted mermaid tails for girls, saying “Why on earth would you want your daughter to dress like a fish whore???” Of course much hilarity ensued, and the idea for these patterns was born. :) The elegant beads and metallic threads contrast with the snarky text on each pattern, making these patterns a unique addition to your stash. PG versions are also included in the Cold Rock and Mirror Mirror patterns. Level up on your sass with these gloriously cheeky mermaid cross stitch patterns.
Sit on a Thorn Cross Stitch Pattern
Have you ever wanted to “politely” tell someone what you’re really thinking? The Sit on a Thorn cross stitch and embroidery pattern might be just what you’re looking for! The snarky quote contrasts with the sparkle in the Kreinik thread and elegance of the pattern, and it’s guaranteed to generate a belly laugh from all who see your project. It can be stitched with or without the optional embroidered roses, making it perfect for both cross stitch purists and those wanting to experiment with new stitches. If you do want to stitch the pretty embroidered roses, they add a gorgeous punch of colour and texture that delight the senses. A link to a tutorial for the woven wheel roses is included in the pattern, you’ll be amazed at how simple they are. This pattern looks just as beautiful without the text stitched as well, just in case you’re making a gift for someone who doesn’t share your sense of humour. Get your snark on with the Sit on a Thorn pattern.
Deck the Halls Cross Stitch Pattern
Don’t get your stockings in a twist, lose your cool and make your family have to use their new gift cards for bail money. Deck the halls and not your family with this cheeky cross stitch pattern.
If you’re feeling super “cheery” this season, the entire set of Merry Snarkmas cross stitch patterns can be purchased for a 25% discount from the individual pattern prices.
Fa La La Wine Cross Stitch Pattern
Open up that box of wine and let’s make Christmas Carols fun again. “Tis the season to be boozy…” “Later on, we’ll perspire, as we drink by the fire…” Get into the spirit of the season with the Fa La La Wine cross stitch pattern.
Jingle Those Balls Cross Stitch Pattern
Get in the holiday spirit and jingle those balls, baby! But jingle all the way. Nobody likes a half-ass jingler. Get festive and jingly with the Jingle Those Balls cross stitch pattern.
If you’re feeling super “festive” this season, the entire set of Merry Snarkmas cross stitch patterns can be purchased for a 25% discount from the individual pattern prices.
It’s every stitcher’s life — at some point you realize that your stitching stash is so disorganized and expansive that you don’t even know what you have anymore. Use this printable PDF stitching planner to track your cross stitch and hand embroidery projects, materials, resources, and save your sanity like a boss. From project tracker pages to floss inventory sheets to resources like legal free patterns and stitchy organization apps, this 40-page stitching planner will restore order to your hobby (and likely help you rediscover a lot of materials and projects you didn’t remember you had). More details of what exactly is included is in the “Planner details” tab below.
Be the Villain Cross Stitch Pattern
Feel like getting a little stabby? Maybe the “Be The Villain” cross stitch pattern can help you out… 😂 When people ask me what I do, I often say, “I help people relax by stabbing something 20,000 times.” This dark humour reminded me of many villains, and I was inspired by the cool elegance of Bond villains in particular. Featured in Issue 5 of XStitch Magazine, “Be the Villain” represents how our outer well-groomed appearance can mask our darker side.
Caffeine Cross Stitch Pattern
Are you someone who cannot fathom starting their day without the Elixir of the Gods, caffeine? If your morning cuppa is more important to you than making sure your first born has both shoes on before he leaves for school, the Caffeine cross stitch pattern will make the perfect “statement” in your home. It will also ensure that those who try to get between you and your fifth cup of the day reconsider their life decisions…. 😂 This pattern is also perfect for the office, and also comes with the option of substituting the word caffeine with “wine.” You know, just in case a fruit-based beverage is more your jam…😉
This pattern is also available in the full Adulting 101 Collection set.
Awa an Bile Cross Stitch Pattern
When you’re having one of “those” days, maybe a pretty bouquet of flowers is what you need… 😂 The lovely Jacobean-era inspired Awa an Bile cross stitch pattern features brilliant Japan Threads in both gold and copper, as well as pretty gold beads. The text “Awa an bile yer heid” is Scottish Doric, and translates to “Go away and boil your head”, aka “get lost.” If the text isn’t to your taste, you can purchase the custom pattern option and choose a word of your choice to be drafted into the pattern (as shown in the mockup image with the word “Peace”). Or, you could stitch the pattern without the text, there’s an example photograph showing what it looks like without text. And if you’re not sure what Japan Threads are, you can check out this free video tutorial. 😊
Awa an Raffle Yersel Cross Stitch Pattern
Feel like you really want to tell someone how you feel, but want to do it in a subtle, elegant way? The Awa an Raffle Yersel cross stitch pattern might be the perfect fit for your needs. This pattern features luscious Jacobean-era inspired flowers and pomegranates, as well as stunning Japan Threads and gold beading. The text, “Awa an raffle yersel”, is a Scottish insult translating to a milder form of “piss off”… 😂 Of course, you’re free to come up with your own translation for those who may be “sensitive” to the real meaning, such as “Entertain yourself.” If the text isn’t to your taste, you can purchase the custom pattern option and choose a word of your choice to be drafted into the pattern (as shown in the mockup image with the word “Bloom”). Or, you could stitch the pattern without the text, there’s an example photograph showing what it looks like without text. And if you’re not sure what Japan Threads are, you can check out this free video tutorial. 😊
Yer Arse and Parsley Cross Stitch Pattern
Elegant, sophisticated, snarky… what could be better than that. The gorgeous spring-like mint and peach tones in the Yer Arse and Parsley cross stitch pattern belies the meaning of the text, which is a Scottish insult translating roughly to, “You’re talking shit.” The phrase can be used to make your own exclamations of frustration more colourful, or for those more sensitive you could say it’s an inspirational phrase promoting a healthy whole diet … 😂 This Jacobean-era inspired cross stitch pattern also features sparkling Japan Threads in a glorious copper, as well as shiny copper beads. If the text isn’t to your taste, you can purchase the custom pattern option and choose a word of your choice to be drafted into the pattern (as shown in the mockup image with the word “Love”). Or, you could stitch the pattern without the text, there’s an example photograph showing what it looks like without text. And if you’re not sure what Japan Threads are, you can check out this free video tutorial. 😊
Cheeky Wee Lass Cross Stitch Pattern Set
Can’t decide which of the stunningly elegant Cheeky Wee Lass cross stitch patterns you love more? Don’t decide, you can purchase all seven patterns in this gloriously cheeky set! All seven patterns feature gloriously shimmering Japan Threads as well as sparkling beads, which enhance the luscious Jacobean-era inspired botanical designs. The set of all seven designs is 25% off the retail price of buying each design individually. The patterns included are Bassa, Awa an Bile, Pooch Me Hame, Awa an Raffle Yersel, Yer Arse and Parsley, Gypit Hoor, and Yiv a Face. If the text isn’t to your taste for any of the patterns, you can purchase the custom pattern option and choose a word of your choice to be drafted into that pattern. Or, you could stitch the patterns without the text, there’s an example photograph showing what each looks like without text. You can also check out each pattern listing to see more images of each design. Not sure what Japan Threads are? Check out this free video tutorial. 😊
These designs are also available as downloadable cellphone wallpapers, printable gift tags, and printable art. They can be purchased individually or as a set, or the Mega Bundle with all downloadable products and all the Cheeky Wee Lass cross stitch patterns is also available.
Poppies in the Wind Cross Stitch Pattern
The Poppies in the Wind modern cross stitch pattern is a beautiful stitched illustration commemorating the sacrifices of those who have served their country. The poppy is an incredibly symbolic flower, and this delicate pattern honours dedicated military men and women, many of whom never came home. This pattern is simple to stitch as there are so few colours, and the back stitch detail of the petals gives the illusion the petals are being blown apart in the wind. This stunning modern cross stitch pattern will be a beautiful symbolic accent to any decor. This a PDF download, so you can purchase it and get started on your newest project right away.
Maybe Wine Will Help Cross Stitch Pattern
Are you drowning in a sea of stress and the daily grind is getting to you? Well here’s the perfect solution! The Maybe Wine Will Help fun cross stitch pattern will not only get your creative juices going, it will make you chuckle every time you look at it. Burn that stress away with this vintage-inspired pattern featuring a simply elegant wreath of gorgeous roses. This pattern is also available with the with the Stitch & Drink Wine cross stitch pattern in the Drink Wine cross stitch pattern set.
Get Ducked Cross Stitch Pattern
Are you having one of those days and just need to express how you’re feeling? Bring out your cheeky side with this tongue-in-cheek subversive cross stitch pattern! Get Ducked is perfect for bringing a smile to your face every time you see it as well as entertaining friends. It’s the perfect gift for that person who has everything, or if you’re just wanting to show more of your personality around your home. With lovely colours like rich navy, mint, and cream, this vintage-inspired pattern is the perfect blend of retro and modern. Bring some sass into your life with the Get Ducked cross stitch pattern! This pattern is also available with the with the No More Ducks cross stitch pattern in the Get Ducks cross stitch pattern set.
So Much Nope Cross Stitch Pattern
Have you ever wanted to say “no” to someone but in a much more expressive way? Now you can! This elegant vintage cross stitch pattern is inspired by antique French illustrations, but there’s nothing antique about the quote! When “no” just isn’t strong enough for you, switch it up with the sassy phrase “So much nope.” This lovely pattern has only three colours, so it’s very easy even for beginners to stitch. Bring a touch of sass into your home or office today with the So Much Nope vintage cross stitch pattern!
Vintage Sass Alphabet 1 Cross Stitch Pattern
This very popular cross stitch alphabet pattern adds a bit of elegance and whimsy to any cross stitch project. The Vintage Sass 1 cross stitch alphabet is featured in the Maybe Wine Will Help pattern, Stitch & Drink Wine, and several others in the Vintage Sass Collection. This pattern is also available with the with the Vintage Sass 2 cross stitch alphabet pattern in the Vintage Sass Alphabet cross stitch pattern set.
Welcome to Peacock & Fig!
Cross stitch and hand embroidery is the art of stabbing something 20,000 times in order to relax... It sounds incredible to say it like that, but it's so true. Stitching is a wonderful craft that is really simple to learn and yet can produce such beautiful results. Spending time curled up stitching can be quite meditative, and stitching is a great way to tap into your creativity. Whether you're a pure novice and have never tried hand embroidery techniques like cross stitch or you're an advanced stitcher, there is something for all levels at Peacock & Fig!
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