- 100 stitches wide by 100 stitches high
- 7” wide by 7” high on 14 count
- Full stitches
- 10 colours
- Full colour chart includes DMC colour key, colour preview and thread sorter
- Includes full black and white pattern
- Includes one-page pattern for digital devices
- Optional free “How To Stitch” guide available at checkout
- Dozens of tutorial videos available at Peacock & Fig’s YouTube channel
Astrology Cross Stitch Pattern
Whether astrology is your thing or not, this humorous cross stitch pattern is sure to generate laughs. With vivid blues and purples and sparkling metallics for a little extra glam, Astrology is a really fun pattern to stitch up for yourself or as a gift. The twelve zodiac signs are stitched in gold metallic floss around the perimeter of the design, framing the cheeky quote. This pattern was featured in Issue 3 of XStitch Magazine in the Space issue. If you can’t have a crystal ball to predict your future behaviour, you might want to use this pattern to excuse whatever “mischief” you get into….
Photo courtesy of Stacy Grant — stacygrant.co.uk
Please note: This is a digital PDF pattern only, not a printed pattern that will be shipped in the mail. It is not a kit or a finished product. You will be sent a download link when your payment has been processed. Any up-to-date PDF reader (for example Preview on a Mac, GoodReader on iOS, or Adobe Reader on a Mac or PC) will be able to read the patterns, or they can be printed for ease of use.
Orange Fire Dahlia Cross Stitch Pattern
The Orange Fire Dahlia cross stitch flower pattern features a closeup of a beautiful dahlia. This lovely piece will bring a touch of elegant vibrancy into any home. Exploding with succulent oranges, pinks, and purples, the Orange Fire Dahlia pattern is a feast for the eyes. Express your unique style with this modern floral piece! This cross stitch flower pattern has full stitches only, with no backstitch. It’s a PDF download, so you can start on your project straight away!
Pink Marbled Dahlia Cross Stitch Pattern
Be bold and make a statement with your decor with the Pink Marbled Dahlia flower cross stitch pattern. Featuring electric blues, purples, and pinks, there is nothing shy about this vibrant pattern. Since this pattern has limited colours and uses only full stitches, even beginner stitchers can feel comfortable tackling this as their first larger pattern. This flower cross stitch pattern is based on the upper right panel of the Solarize Dahlia pattern set. Show off your personal style at home with the Pink Marbled Dahlia pattern.
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.
Blue Dahlia Cross Stitch Pattern
Add calming yet energizing blues and purples to your home with the Blue Dahlia counted cross stitch chart. Based on the lower right panel of the Solarize Dahlia set, this full-size pattern will enrich your home with its delightful bloom for years to come! This counted cross stitch chart is even good for beginners as it features only full stitches and a limited colour palette. Bring the colours of the sea and sky into your home today with the Blue Dahlia pattern.
Orangutan Dreams Cross Stitch Pattern
The Orangutan Dreams cross stitch pattern was originally designed for the Green issue (Issue 4) of XStitch Magazine. Green symbolizes lush foliage, life, and new beginnings. It’s ironic that in some of the lushest parts of the world, many species (like the beautiful and intelligent orangutan) are critically endangered. Protecting our green spaces, whether that’s in cities or in tropical jungles, is more important than ever. This baby orangutan symbolizes the hopes and dreams of all the creatures we share our planet with, that we will do what’s necessary to protect them.
Flowers of Love Cross Stitch Pattern
This gorgeous simple cross stitch pattern makes a lovely graphic statement, and can be stitched in a myriad of colours. It’s also a great project for using variegated floss. The Flowers of Love pattern is a customer favourite, and is perfect for beginner stitchers to practice following a pattern. It also makes a gorgeous gift to show your loved ones you are thinking of them.
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!
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).