- Pattern size: 130 stitches wide x 75 stitches high
- Finished size: 9½” wide x 5½” high on 14 count
- Full stitches
- 15 colours
- Pattern comes with a full colour key
- The pattern also comes with a full black and white pattern and a full colour pattern
- Model stitched on 14 count black Aida
- Dozens of tutorial videos available at Peacock & Fig’s YouTube channel or full stitching classes on Skillshare
Lick My Frosting Cross Stitch Pattern
The sassy Lick My Frosting cupcake cross stitch pattern will certainly make a statement in your decor… 😂 This fun pattern was featured in Issue 8 of XStitch Magazine (the Munchies issue). Cupcakes are a little bundle of exquisite happiness in a mouthful. The great thing is they’re portable and socially acceptable, so you can have them in your office, in front of friends, in a public park…. all without raising an eyebrow like you may with other more “sensual” pursuits that bring you the same spark of joy… 😉
Images courtesy of Stacy Grant — http://stacygrant.co.uk/
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Happy Holidays, Deer Cross Stitch Pattern
Inspired by folk art and rustic farmhouse colours, the Happy Holidays, Deer cross stitch pattern is perfect if you want to have one piece of Christmas decor that won’t make your grandmother facepalm. Because nothing says the holidays like a wild animal festooned with ornaments … 😂
As seen in Issue 14 of XStitch Magazine. Please note the magazine stitched model is using 2mm gold bugle beads in lieu of the French knots in the pattern.
Thrills and Spills Cross Stitch Pattern
Nothing says “retro cross stitch” like a little blast from Scandinavian design past… Remember in the 70’s when printed paper towels were THE height in luxury? No?! Well in case you missed out on this gem of home decor extravaganza, you can stitch up your own luxe paper towel with the Thrills and Spills cross stitch pattern as a little “reminder” to your family that you’re not their maid. Fingers crossed they catch the “subtle” hint…
As seen in Issue 15 (The 70’s) of XStitch Magazine
Feel the Groove Cross Stitch Pattern
Get down and get funky with this disco-inspired pattern! Feel the Groove is just bursting with colour and energy, and has a touch of nostalgia for that old-school vibe. This cross stitch pattern uses only full cross stitch (no backstitch). This fun pattern was featured in the “Beats” issue of XStitch Magazine. Let your hair down and bring out your inner dance goddess with the Feel the Groove pattern.