Showing all 9 results
Flanders Field Poppies Cross Stitch Pattern
The Flanders Field Poppies counted cross stitch pattern is inspired from a photograph taken of the poppies in Flanders Field. It is a beautiful yet haunting place, and this pattern evokes the peace and reverence one experiences at Flanders Field. This pattern is full stitches only, with no back stitch. It’s a PDF download, so you can purchase it and get started on your newest project in minutes!
For the Fallen Cross Stitch Pattern
The For the Fallen patriotic cross stitch pattern is a somber reminder of the cost of freedom. This pattern is inspired by a photograph taken of the Lochnagar Crater Memorial at the Somme in France. This incredible place highlights the destruction at the Western Front in World War I, and is a testament to the dedication and courage of those who fought there. This pattern features part of the famous poem “For the Fallen” that is recited at memorial services around the world every Remembrance Day. This patriotic cross stitch pattern demonstrates how important military service is to maintain our freedom. For the Fallen is a combination of full stitches and back stitch (for the lettering), and will be an heirloom for generations to come. This a PDF download, so you can purchase it and get started on your newest project right away.
Halloween Pumpkins Cross Stitch Pattern
Nothing says Halloween like some fun jack o’lanterns, and this fun Halloween cross stitch project is perfect for adding a little Halloween fun to your decor! Commissioned by DMC, this cross stitch pattern can be stitched as charted, or each motif can be stitched on its own. Featuring glow in the dark floss for the pumpkin eyes and white areas, this cute pattern is sure to make you “scream” when the lights go out. Get into the Halloween spirit with some fun pumpkins and spooky headstones.
Joy Peace Family Cross Stitch Pattern
Do you love cross stitch ornaments, but want to stitch something a little different than a traditional snowman or Santa? The Joy Peace Family cross stitch ornament pattern features a simple boho-style design which will complement your modern Christmas decor. This ornament also comes with a free video tutorial (and full colour assembly instructions). Not only can you learn how to assemble this pretty ornament quickly and easily, you’ll learn how simple it is to turn any small pattern into an ornament. You can even turn this pattern into a pincushion, or pretty hoop art. Joy Peace Family features full cross stitch and backstitch. It’s an ideal pattern for beginner stitchers to practice backstitch due to its small finished size, and it’s perfect for whipping up a quick last-minute gift. Add a little modern elegance to your Christmas decor with this lovely cross stitch ornament pattern.
As seen in the December 2016 issue of Kindred Stitches.
Lest We Forget Cross Stitch Bookmark Pattern
The Lest We Forget cross stitch bookmark pattern commemorates the sacrifice of those who have served to keep our nations safe and free. The designer is a veteran herself, and knows all too well the struggles that those who serve (and their families) undergo for the greater good of their nation as a whole. This cross stitch bookmark features vibrant red poppies and the motto “Lest We Forget” in a combination of cross stitch and back stitch. This is an ideal pattern for beginners to practice back stitch, and it’s a quick stitch making it ideal for gifts. It is a PDF download, so you can get started on your newest stitching project straight away!
Lest We Forget Cross Stitch Pattern
The Lest We Forget poppy cross stitch pattern features a lone bloom, and evokes remembrance and sacrifice. This pattern can be stitched on any colour fabric to match your decor as there is no background to stitch (it’s only the poppy and the motto). This poppy cross stitch pattern is full stitches only, with no back stitch. It is a PDF download, so you can get started on your newest project right away!
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.
To Serve Cross Stitch Pattern
The To Serve modern cross stitch pattern is a typographic art representation of what it takes to serve one’s country. These words are used constantly in unit and training mottos, and are at the very core of the military ethos. To serve your country and your community is a position of great honour, and also of great sacrifice. This pattern features typographic design which is trending world wide, and it only uses 6 colours making it simple to stitch. The colours are based on the common desert camouflage pattern used by many nations. Of course, the colours can be adapted to suit any decor. This pattern uses only full stitches, so it’s suitable for all levels of stitchers. This piece of national pride and reflection will be cherished for generations to come. This modern cross stitch pattern is an instant PDF download, so you can start on your newest stitching project right away.
With Love Cross Stitch Notecards
These beautiful cross stitch notecards are the perfect gift to tell someone how much you care about them. Whether for Valentine’s Day or a birthday, these lovely floral notecards and gift tags are sure to make the recipient smile. Featuring a variety of flowers, the vibrant colours are sure to please. Start stitching these quick messages of love today as an addition to the perfect gift, or as a gift on their own.
Photos courtesy of Cross Stitch Crazy (Issue 232, September 2017).