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Royal Wedding Cross Stitch Pattern
Get ready to celebrate like royalty with the gorgeous Royal Wedding cross stitch pattern! This resplendent pattern comes with two alphabets, making it the perfect personalized gift for your loved ones. It’s ideal for those with a sense of humour, the cheeky phrase at the bottom refers to the tradition of intermarriage between royal families. Of course, it can be simply omitted if desired, making it appropriate for any bridal couple no matter their sense of humour. The pattern can even be easily adapted for same-sex couples by mixing and matching the crowns. This wedding cross stitch pattern features two metallic flosses and three bead colours, which brings an elegant glamour to any decor. It will be cherished for years to come, and bring back many fond memories. Celebrate the wedding of two fabulous people with the cheeky nobility of the Royal Wedding cross stitch pattern.
Joust Another Anniversary Cross Stitch Pattern
Tired of not being able to find anniversary cross stitch patterns that reflect you and your spouse’s personalities? If you’ve ever felt like your marriage resembles a jousting match because you try to knock each other off balance just for fun, this pattern might just be for you! Joust Another Anniversary features gorgeous rich colours that bring to life the heraldry and glory of jousting tournaments, helping you celebrate your special milestone in a unique way. This cross stitch pattern uses only a few beads as accents on the horses bridles, making it perfect for beginner stitchers who are new to beading. It also comes with an alphabet chart and full instructions to customize the dates and name. Create the perfect gift for your spouse or a loved one with the Joust Another Anniversary cross stitch pattern.
Wedding Nights Cross Stitch Pattern
If you’ve ever wondered what to take to a bridal shower, then maybe this sassy marriage cross stitch pattern will be just what you’re looking for! The Wedding Nights cross stitch pattern features beautiful soft tones of greys, white and baby blue. These pretty tones complement any decor, and the delicate white beading adds a lovely texture to the corset. This pattern features an elegantly sassy phrase, which is guaranteed to generate a laugh. 1577 is one date recorded for corsets starting to be worn as common practice, and they were a feature of extravagant Tudor-era garments. This dainty pattern makes a unique bridal shower or wedding gift, and is perfect for the bride who has everything or is difficult to shop for. Add a little elegant sass to your decor or next gift with the Wedding Nights cross stitch pattern.